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Promise and Promiscuity: A New Musical by Jane Austen

When:

Sat 17 Jul 2021, 7:00pm–8:10pm

Where: The Theatre Waihi, 21 Boyd Road, Waihi, The Coromandel

Restrictions: R13

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Listed by: Penny Ashton

“Go, if you dearly love a laugh.” - Dominion Post 2020

After a rapturous near capacity run in Wellington to conclude 2020, Penny Ashton (WOMAD Slam mistress) is packing her bonnet and riding her best carriage to Waihi.

Flushed by eight years’ success from Edinburgh to Edmonton to Mosgiel, comes Ashton’s collaboration with Jane Austen (deceased).

How will Miss Elspeth battle literary snobbery, cousin Horatio’s digestions and her mother’s nerves, armed only with a blushing countenance, excellent ukulele skills and being quite bright, you know…. for a girl?

In this hilarious, one-woman show, Penny tackles all of Austen’s characters with song, dance and appalling cross-stitching.

Winner: Best Performance In a Comedy, Auckland Fringe / Patron’s Pick, Winnipeg Fringe / Best Theatre Week Three, Adelaide Fringe

PG 13

‘Pride and Prejudice gone wild in the best way’ — Rip It Up, Adelaide

“…you’ll be delighted whether or not you know your Bennets from your Dashwoods.”
CBC, Canada

“…somewhere Jane is smiling.” Edmonton Sun

“…a unique and exceptionally innovative piece of entertaining theatre not to be missed.”
The Dominion Post