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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


We are pleased to have a mix of afO regulars and fantastic new talent in our upcoming production. These twelve hard-working actors, all volunteers who come together three nights a week from other jobs or schooling, are having a wonderful time creating a play which will delight and uplift our audiences next month. 106 more words

2017-2018 Season


Next month, afO brings a beloved author’s work back to our stage. Jane Austen’s Emma was an audience favorite back in 2012. This time, we are presenting the area premiere of a lively new adaptation of Austen’s… 316 more words

2017-2018 Season

A Young Actor's Journey to...Lost Nation's "Sense and Sensibility"

Sam is a 22-year-old native of the Adirondack North Country who is now in full-time pursuit of a professional career as an actor and musical theater composer. 1,922 more words


Literary Video of the Week: Jane Austen

If you’ve ever wanted to know more about Jane Austen, or the meaning and impact of her work, this brief video will entertain and inform. Austen is probably my all-time favorite author so I couldn’t resist sharing this with you.


"I have good news."

In Ang Lee’s film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, Emma Thompson portrays Elinor (and Thompson also wrote the screenplay for which she received an Oscar), says this line to Edward (portrayed by Hugh Grant).   1,011 more words

Jane Austen

Sense and Sensibility to be performed by the ART in Cambridge MA - December 10, 2017 -- January 14, 2018

The American Repertory Theater (the ART) has announced they will be performing a stage adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, to run from December 10, 2017 — January 14, 2018 in Cambridge, Mass.   15 more words

Jane Austen