Valhalla Theatre Arts Department
Pride & Prejudice
By Helen Jerome
A great success in New York and London. Mrs. Bennett is determined to get her daughters married. Jane, Elizabeth, and Lydia are likely-looking girls in a period when a woman's possible career is matrimony. To be a wife was a success. Anything else was a failure. Jane and her Mr. Bingley and Lydia with her Mr. Wickham are quite content with things as they are, but not Elizabeth! She actually refuses to marry Mr. Collins, whom she openly deplores, and Mr. Darcy, whom she secretly adores. This play is the story of the duel between Elizabeth and her pride, and Darcy and his prejudice. Each gives in before the evening is over and pride and prejudice meet halfway.
November 1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th, 8th, & 9th
Music & Lyrics by
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March 19th, 20th, 21st, 25th, 26th, & 27th
Student Performance Showcases
Honors Theatre Showcase
May 1st & 2nd @ 7 PM
Production Workshop (Semester Final)
Semester 1: December 12th @ 7PM
Semester 2: May 27th @ 7 PM
Beginning Theatre (Optional Final for Students)
Semester 1: December 12th @ 4 PM
Semester 2: May 27th @ 4 PM