Sense and sensibility
Tuesday 17th October to Saturday 21st October 2017
Green Room

Synopsis
Sense and Sensibility adapted by Jessica Swale


2017 sees the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and DDOS are proud to be joining in the celebrations by staging the wonderful Sense and Sensibility.

Elinor and Marianne Dashwood are left penniless after their wealthy half-brother cheats them of their fortune. They are forced to leave the comforts of Norland Park and relocate to a cold Devonshire cottage. When a devilishly handsome stranger arrives at Barton Cottage with the rain-drenched Marianne in his arms, the Dashwood girls are convinced that their fortunes are changed forever. Whilst the sensible Elinor pines for quiet Edward Ferrars, impulsive Marianne loses herself in the idea of her hero on horseback, and for a girl who feasts on poetry and music, what else is there to do in Devon but dream of rescue? In Austen’s dearly-loved classic, we follow the fortunes of the two Dashwood sisters as they chase their dreams from Devonshire to London and back.


Production Team and Cast
Director Rosita Gibbons
Producer Stuart Yeatman

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