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Pride and Prejudice: A Play

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(4 Sterne; 32 Bewertungen)

Pride and Prejudice, a comedy of manners and marriage, is the most famous of Jane Austen's novels. In this dramatic adaption by Mary Keith Medbery Macakaye some liberties are taken with the storyline and characters, but it is still a fun listen or read. Perhaps a good introduction for someone not ready to tackle the complete novel ~ and for the reader familiar with the work, a laugh can be had at the changes that were made in order to adapt it to the stage (Summary by Maria Therese)

Mr. Darcy: Algy Pug
Mr. Bingley: Chris Marcellus
Colonel Fitzwilliam/Harris/Martin: ToddHW
Mr. Bennet: Robert Hoffman and Kevin W. Davidson
Mr. Collins: Noel Badrian
Sir William Lucas: Nolan Fout
Colonel Forster: Anthony
Mr. Wickham: Chuck Williamson
Mr. Denny: VikingJames
Mrs. Bennet: Kristingj
Jane Bennet: Tiffany Halla Colonna
Elizabeth Bennet: Elizabeth Klett
Lydia Bennet/Lady Lucas: Duan
Charlotte Lucas: Amanda Friday
Miss Bingley: April Gonzales
Lady Catherine De Bourg: Nathanial W.C. Higgins
Hill (The Housekeeper at Longbourn): KerrieRae Clarke
Martha (The Maid at Mr. Collins's Parsonage): Availle
Narrator: Lauren Burwell

Audio edited by Maria Therese ,/p> (2 hr 42 min)


Act One


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Act Two


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Act Three


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Act Four


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Enjoyable Play

(4 Sterne)

This was an enjoyable play adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. I can't give it 5 stars. Several times Darcy and Colonel Fosters names were messed up. This would be even more confusing if you didn't know the story. One reader mispronounced several common words yet appeared to be a native English speaker. I would have given out 4.5 but my App would only let me choose 3.5 or 5.

Pretty good

(4,5 Sterne)

It was nice, only sort of confusing if you aren’t familiar with the book Pride and Prejudice.

(0,5 Sterne)

The storyline is rewritten in a frustrating disjointed way. some of the readers are difficult to understand.