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Breezy, beautiful and uncommonly interested in love-loves (or lack thereof) of others, Emma Woodhouse might be Jane Austen's most imperfect heroine, but that doesn't make her tale any less delightful to watch. Now presented by the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre in an adaptation by Tony-nominated Paul Gordon, find new wit and warmth in Austen's work as set to lush melodies and imbued with new lyrical flourishes.
What is the story of Emma?
Published in 1815, Emma is the story of a young woman who's yen for matchmaking finds her getting into all sorts of trouble. After taking the sweet young Harriet Smith under her wing, her attempts to steer her new friend into the arms of an eligible bachelor leave both women broken hearted. Finally, Emma starts to wonder if it's possible to apply rationality and logic to the path of true love.
Opening night: 28 January 2020
Two hours and 15 minutes, including intermission
Based upon the novel by Jane Austen
Book, Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Directed by Barbara Gaines
1 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)
This original score is absolutely lovely. I saw the play two consecutive... more
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