Elizabeth-Darcy: An Adaptation of Pride and Prejudice
co-created by Hallie Burt and Kate Werneburg
Performed by Kate Werneburg* and Peyton LeBarr*
Direction: Tom Arthur Davis
Stage Management/Patron Shepherd: Steve Vargo
Producer: Isidra Cruz
*appears with the permission of Canadian Actors Equity Association
After selling every ticket before opening night in December 2015, this immersive comedy is fast becoming a beloved Toronto holiday tradition at the Campbell House Museum. Elizabeth - Darcy's playful, spirited style, which remains true to Austen's classic story of Pride and Prejudice, re-invigorates it with a refreshing, gender-bending twist.
"A delight." NNNN NOW Magazine
December 13th, 8pm
December 14th, 8pm
December 15th, 8pm
December 16th, 8pm
December 17th, 2 and 8 pm
December 18th, 2 and 8 pm
Please note patrons must be able to climb stairs.
The original version of the Elizabeth-Darcy stage play was co-created by Hallie Burt and Kate Werneburg and premiered in July of 2013.
About the venue:
Campbell House Museum is located at the northwest corner of Queen and University, at Osgoode Subway station. Built in 1822 it served as the home of the sixth Chief Justice of Upper Canada Sir William Campbell. Today, the museum is a vibrant public space where members of Torontos diverse communities gather to discuss, to create, to perform and to socialize, giving life to the words freedom of expression.
Campbell House Museum (View)
160 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 3H3
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|