9/21-23: Sense and Sensibility: Nashville Repertory Theatre Final Show

Oh boy, those Dashwood sisters are in a pickle. Their dad has passed, which means they’ve got to move in with their half-brother, John, and his diabolical wife, Fanny (take a load off indeed, am I right?). Hijinks and heartbreak are sure to ensue, right?

To find out, you’ll have to come out to the Nashville Repertory Theatre’s final showing of Sense and Sensibility, which is of course an adaption of Jane Austen’s 1811 classic. Come on out or you’ll never know what happens to the Dashwoods (unless you read the book). Find tickets here.

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