Box Office – Austen’s Pride

Austen’s Pride

Oct 4 – Oct 27, 2019

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Lindsay Warren Baker and Amanda Jacobs
Directed by Igor Goldin
Choreographed by Lisa Shriver

October 4-27, 2019

On sale to the public Tuesday, July 30 at 10:00 AM. Secure your tickets to Austen's Pride now via a 2019/20 subscription or group.

An extraordinary new musical feast bound for the world’s stages! 

Jane Austen enters into her most famous love story and as she does, she begins to understand something about both her characters and herself as she explores this beautiful new world. This is a musical of beauty, wit, and wisdom, wrapped up in a journey of self-discovery. 

It’s Pride and Prejudice the way you have never before imagined. A story you will not soon forget, with an achingly beautiful score that will transport you to another time and place. 

Created here at The 5th Avenue Theatre!

Austen’s Pride is a musical adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice. A 36-year-old Jane looks back on a youthful unpublished romance (First Impressions); as she rewrites the tale (which was influenced by an early disappointment in love), she discovers some truths about herself and her characters.

Adult Language: None.

Violence/Scariness: None.

Drugs/Alcohol: A character in one scene is under the influence of alcohol.

Sexual References: As in Austen’s novel, a young girl leaves her family to elope with an older man.  In a seduction scene, she is carried into a bedroom by the man she expected would marry her; he is half drunk and tries to persuade her to let him “love you like a husband loves a wife.”  There is no nudity or explicit sex.