Jane Austen’s 19th Century novel, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ comes alive on the Theatre VCU stage

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RICHMOND, Va - Jess Rawls and Zechariah Pierce, along with the cast of Theatre VCU bring to life Jane Austen’s 19th Century novel, ‘Pride and Prejudice.’ The story of Elizabeth Bennett and her sisters navigating English society is beautiful and romantic, and still resonates just as honestly today as it did 200 years ago. The cast from the show gave us a taste of English society with a scene from the play. ‘Pride and Prejudice’ opens on Thursday, February 12th and runs through Sunday, February 22nd at the Singleton Performing Arts Center, located at 922 Park Avenue. For more information visit www.arts.vcu.edu/theatre.

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