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Book-It Repertory Theatre


by Jane Austen
Adapted by Rachel Atkins | Directed by Marcus Goodwin

Now available for licensing! Please contact Josh Aaseng, Literary Manager, at [email]Licensing@book-it.org[/email] for availability and pricing.

Jane Austen’s fourth novel is a sparkling comedy of 19th-century manners centering on the well-intentioned Emma and her sometimes indiscreet, often misapplied, and always entertaining efforts as matchmaker. Witty, intelligent, and spoiled, Emma takes it upon herself to arrange a suitable marriage for her poor friend Harriet. But despite her advantages, she is oblivious to the true nature of almost everyone around her—including herself—until at last she happily loses her own heart. Austen’s deliciously droll descriptions, ironic observations, and generous happy endings are Book-It fan favorites.
[thb_one-fourth]Cast
John Bianchi
Daniel Brockley
Sylvie Davidson
Dylan Chalfy*
Cole Cook
Nicole Fierstein
Betty Gard
Emily Grogan
Jack Hamblin
Ashley Marshall
Laine Mullen
Brian Thompson*
Samantha Wykes
Casi Nicole Wilkerson

*AEA Member[/thb_one-fourth][thb_two-fourth last]Artistic Team
Andrea Bush, Scenic Designer
Deane Middleton, Costume Designer
Andrew D. Smith, Lighting Designer
Robertson Witmer, Sound Designer
Kristyne Hughes, Properties Designer
Gin Hammond, Dialect Coach
Laura Ferri, Choreographer
Lucinda Stroud, Assistant Director/Dramaturg
Larry Rodriguez, Technical Director
Dan Bartell Production Manager
Bill Danner, Master Carpenter
Jeff Ringer, Lead Scenic Painter
Michael Minahan, Scenic Painter
Sheryl Cope, Assistant Costume Designer
Jocelyne Fowler, Costume Shop Intern
Chris Frickland, Master Electrician
Jennifer Dantes, Sound Board Operator

Devorah Spadone, Production Stage Manager
Miller Freeman IV*, Stage Manager
Brady Brophy-Hilton, Assistant Stage Manager
Victoria Thompson, Production Assistant
Elizabeth Kent, Stage Management Intern [/two-fourth]

A witty ‘Emma’
Seattle Times, 10/28/09

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