Emma - 2009
Emma Woodhouse "handsome, clever and rich" and also rather spoiled, greatly overestimates her own matchmaking abilities; and is blind to the dangers of meddling in other people's lives ...
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What should I do about Emma?
The concerns of Peter Mimmack, Adaptor and Writer, regarding the staging of a Jane Austen theatre production. As he researched the book he began to realise what was so special about Austen: the beautifully drawn characters and the way that Austen could mock with subtlety and intelligence the ruling classes of the day to which she belonged. The end result became, "A truly excellent play with each cast member having an equal uplifting effect... flawless performances rang throughout the cast." Playing Out
Sophia/Emma: HOLLY BETH MORGAN
William/Mr Woodhouse/Mr Elton/Frank Churchill: DUNCAN WIGMAN
Josephine/Harriet/Jane: KIMBERLEY WINTLE
Henry/Mr Knightley/Mr Weston/Mrs Bates: JAMES MERRY
Georgina/Mrs Weston/Isabella/Mrs Elton/Miss Bates: ERIKA SANDERSON
Writer: David Kerby Kendall
Writer & Adaptor: Peter Mimmack
Designer: Kate Unwin
Composer: Andy Guthrie