SENSE AND SENSIBILITY
By Kate Hamill, based on the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by Karl Kippola
Presented by American University's Department of Performing Arts and the Theatre/Musical Theatre program
This breezy and fun adaptation of Jane Austen's 1811 novel follows the Dashwood sisters on their journey toward love and happiness. Contrasting the good judgment and self-control of Elinor's "sense" with the impulsive, uncontrollable emotions of Marianne's "sensibility," this fast and fun theatrical experience embraces the comedy and romance of Austen's brilliant, complex women.
Tickets: Free for AU students with ID, $10 for alumni, staff, faculty, and senior citizens (55 and older), $15 general admission.
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Masks are optional but strongly recommended. N-95, KN-94, or KN-95 masks are especially encouraged.Proof of vaccination or negative PCR COVID-19 test. All guests attending AU events must show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the start of the performance, and a photo ID. Learn more.
American University Students: Due to technical issues with Audience View, American University students must reserve their free tickets in person at the Katzen ticket office (Monday–Friday, 11AM-4PM) or one hour prior to performances at the Katzen Arts Center or Greenberg Theatre. Bring your student ID. Free student tickets may only be reserved one at a time and are non-transferable. Free tickets must be claimed with your student ID at will call earlier than 10 minutes before the performance starts or they will be released to the public. For questions, contact us.
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