Pride and Prejudice

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Leads Jacob Buttarazzi and Katie Dube share a kiss to seal the end of the dramatic play.

“A lady’s imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment”

 – Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

Laughter and romance filled the air at Thornton Academy’s Winter play performances of Pride and Prejudice. As audience members filed out, the crowd was excited! “There was one point where I couldn’t stop laughing,” said one audience member. “How romantic,” said another.

“I haven’t done a play with that kind of dialogue or from that time period before,” said Mr. Hanright the director of the show. He went on to express that there have been many very few plays that he has done where there were such strong female leads.

Although a lot of the lead roles were performed by juniors, for a handful of seniors, this was one of their last plays at TA. With the spring musical Mary Poppins arriving soon, some will have a final chance to say goodbye to their fellow castmates. Those who decided that Pride and Prejudice would be their final play surely went out with a bang!

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