Sense and Sensibility is an upcoming play directed by Jennie Pardoe which starts in the Eliza R. Snow Black Box Theater on June 28.
“It is a very fun and fast-paced play based on Jane Austen’s book,” said Karlee Klitgaard, the assistant director of the show.
The story, set in England in 1800, is about two sisters, Marianne & Elinor, and how they handle life after their father passes. Marianne is an emotional character who takes action through her feelings, while Elinor is more sensible and follows the rules in a society that spread rumors.
For more information, visit the Sense and Sensibility BYU-Idaho page.