Belleville Theatre Guild’s 65th Anniversary Season
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And now from the novel by Jane Austen adapted by Jon Jory, we have a stage version of the beloved, “Pride and Prejudice”. Set in 1813, following a family of five daughters; marriage is a necessary choice and marrying well is extremely important. Is Love a part of the scenario? The charm and humour of this piece of entertainment revolve around the necessities of survival in the class system of the mannered world of England in the eighteen hundreds. Come see it this Spring, March 30th - April 15th, 2017.
Our final offering for our 65th Season is the hysterical musical, “Little Shop of Horrors”, by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. The show which was adapted from a B horror movie entails every hokey 1950’s talisman you can imagine. There is something sci-fi, a bit of ‘suburbia’, the hope of marriage bringing ‘happy ever after’ and of course a man eating plant. Did we mention the crazy Dentist? This musical is delightfully off-the-wall with a great ‘doo-wop’ score and many, wonderful, crazy characters who provide laughs a minute. June 1 - 17th, 2017.
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From the novel by Jane Austen,
adapted for the stage by Jon Jory
"Imagine this. It is 1813; you have five daughters who will not inherit any of your estate and so must marry well. Your daughter Elizabeth - witty and independent - encounters the eligible but proud Mr. Darcy and domestic life is turned upside down in this charming and humorous drama of friendship, rivalry, mistaken beliefs and love."