Author | Photos Dahlia Katz

Elizabeth-Darcy brings together three things we love: gender-bending, Jane Austen and a chance to watch a play in old-timey Toronto

Get ready to be intelligently-entertained with Elizabeth-Darcy: An Adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Presented by Burt & Werneburg, the critically acclaimed comedy opens December 16th.

After touring across Eastern Ontario, Elizabeth-Darcy makes its way back to Toronto this December inside the beautiful Campbell House.

Hallie Burt and Kate Werneburg return to reprise their roles in this gender-bending rendition of a Jane Austen classic. It’s a love story and comedy that continues to entertain audiences in all parts of Ontario.

Prepare to be swept away by this playful and brilliant take on Pride and Prejudice while remaining true to the spirit of Austen’s classic novel.

Elizabeth-Darcy is directed by Tom Arthur Davis and performed by Hallie Burt and Kate Werneburg. Taking place at the regal Campbell House Museum (160 Queen Street West, Toronto), the show runs from Wednesday, December 16 to Sunday, December 20. Click here to find tickets and specific show times.

For more information, check out the Facebook page or burtandwerneburg.com.

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