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January 2018
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Pride and Prejudice

January 22 @ 7:30 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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Pride and Prejudice

January 23 @ 7:30 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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Pride and Prejudice

January 24 @ 12:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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Pride and Prejudice

January 25 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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Pride and Prejudice

January 26 @ 12:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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Pride and Prejudice

January 27 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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February 2018
CAD $5 – CAD $15

Pride and Prejudice

February 1 @ 12:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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CAD $5 – CAD $15

Pride and Prejudice

February 2 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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CAD $5 – CAD $15

Pride and Prejudice

February 3 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from January 22 - February 3
Dawson’s New Dome Theatre, 2000 Atwater St.
Montreal, QC Canada

The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program presents 'Pride and Prejudice' by Helen Jerome, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen, from January 22nd to February 3rd. A 2nd Year Major production directed by Barbara Kelly.

"A witty and charming theatrical version of one of the most-loved romantic books of all time. When Jane Austen wrote her novel Pride and Prejudice over 200 years ago, could she have imagined that the complicated love story between Elizabeth and Darcy would continue to resonate today? This critique of class and character reveals how self-importance and social rank, as well as the prejudices we hold towards one another, prevent us from listening to our inner truth."

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