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Sense and Sensibility, July 2002

Sense and Sensibility
by Roger Parsley and Andy Graham, after Jane Austen

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 A B O U T

A classic period drama from the Woodhouse Players.

When their father dies, the Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne, move alone into the society of early nineteenth century England. They have little in the world except each other and their well-meaning Aunt Jennings.

The two sisters fall for two very different men Elinor for the admirable but perhaps unattainable Edward Ferrars. Marianne pursues a whirlwind romance with the dashing Willoughby, but neither man is as dependable as the sisters may wish.

Follow the the Dashwood sisters through the perplexing maze that was love, passion and marriage in the time of Jane Austen.

 W H E R E   &   W H E N   &   H O W   M U C H

at the Welsh Church Hall
5 adults
2.50 concessions

Thu 18 July 2002, 8pm
Fri 19 July 2002, 8pm
Sat 20 July 2002, 8pm

 C A S T

Elinor Dashwood

Sarah Thompson

Marianne Dashwood

Khadija Cheetham-Slade

Edward Ferrars

Alistair Agnew

Aunt Jennings

Elizabeth Kenny

Colonel Brandon

Phil Braithwaite

James Willoughby

Tim Saward

Lucy Steele

Leighanne Smith

 P R O D U C T I O N   T E A M


Stephen Balchin

Assistant Director

Victoria Harris

Lighting and Sound

Howard Alutto

Lighting Design

Robert Bettelheim

Costumes and Makeup

Victoria Harris

Set Design and Construction

Woodhouse Players (with special thanks to Matt Mitchell, Ian Halverson and Rebecca Sycamore)

Box Office

Peter Heath

Front of House

Salley Rear, Mimi Cheung, Donnalyn Morris


Phil Braithwaite

 I M A G E S  










Images by and © Dave Gatward

 P O S T E R

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