In this witty comedy of manners, two sisters who are alike only in their pursuit of romance find themselves without fortune, and facing difficult marriage prospects. Will Elinor's common sense or Marianne's impulsive passion offer up the key to living “happily ever after”? Austen’s classic tale of flirtation and folly graces Actors Theatre’s stage in a delightful new adaption by Jon Jory.
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