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Digression: Best laid plans and reflections at the end of the year (2017).

Holiday season always seems hectic, no matter how much mum and I try to prepare, pare down our list and divide up the different tasks it’s still a long list of did you send that card, we need one more gift card, if you mail these out tomorrow will they arrive on time?   428 more words

Jane Austen

What does "Regency" mean, anyway?

Most of us have heard the term ‘Regency England’ at some point. You may associate it with a particular kind of romance novel, or with the novels of Jane Austen. 206 more words

2017-2018 Season

Unique attributes of afO's production of SENSE & SENSIBILITY

It is always a challenge to take a script developed by another company, for their stage and their actors. Bedlam Theatre’s innovative production of member Kate Hamill’s adaptation has received rave reviews for its lively and unusual devices.  1,048 more words

2017-2018 Season

A list of all music used in SENSE & SENSIBILITY

All the period music used in our production was recorded on a Casio Privia (PX 350M) digital keyboard. The pieces marked “arranged” had added instrumentation (french horn, contra bass, bassoon, etc). 351 more words

2017-2018 Season

What is Sense & Sensibility ABOUT, anyway?

The story of Sense & Sensibility (without spoilers)

Henry Dashwood was a wealthy landowner and master of Norland Park, a beautiful estate in Somerset. His first wife died, leaving him with a son, John. 531 more words

2017-2018 Season

A Brief Biography of Jane Austen

Jane Austen (16 December 1775 – 18 July 1817) spent most of her 41 years living quietly with immediate family members in the English village of Steventon and Chawton, Hampshire. 496 more words

2017-2018 Season

Dance and Music in SENSE & SENSIBILITY

If you’ve ever seen a screen adaptation of any of Jane Austen’s works, you may have noticed that dancing plays a significant part in the social life of her characters. 419 more words

2017-2018 Season