Garry Marshall Theatre And Impro Theatre present Jane Austen Unscripted
Garry Marshall Theatre will kick off its 2022 theatrical season with Jane Austen Unscripted starring the critically-acclaimed Impro Theatre. Jane Austen Unscripted, a completely improvised play, brings Jane Austen's world to life through your suggestions and participation. This charming, hilarious, love-struck, and always-new production will be presented at Garry Marshall Theatre's NEW outdoor stage.
Find yourself with a cup of English tea and treats amongst love-stricken ladies, dashing noblemen and charming cads. With your suggestions, be part of a full-length play that unfolds right before your eyes. No performance is the same and the improvisation skill of IMPRO will have you laughing and cheering, gasping and gossiping. There are sure to be dilemmas and broken hearts, but true love is certain to triumph in this immersive afternoon of sheer entertainment! Join live musicians, delectable tea and treats and the company members of Jane Austen Unscripted, in a modern Regency comedy in the blooming Marshall Gardens.
Jane Austen Unscripted is directed by Sara Mountjoy-Pepka, and Paul Rogan. It welcomes guests to an English garden with party tables and all the trimmings. GMTea Experience Ticket guests will be seated at the tables closest to action. It includes tea and treats curated from local shops and purveyors.
Jane Austen is without doubt one of the most beloved authors of her time. Jane Austen's wit, social analysis, and ability create some of literatures most memorable and poignant heroines set the stage (literally). This comedy erupts minute by minute.
Impro Theatre's Jane Austen Unscripted offers audiences the opportunity to imagine other books Austen might have written and even create their own. The company takes audience suggestions into consideration and creates a world full of strong young women, eccentric relatives, and brooding noblemen. The foundation of captivating courtship and manners creates a story that guests will enjoy that might rival Austen's.