Austentatious at Leicester Square Theatre takes place on Sunday 31st March, Sunday 21st April, Sunday 30th June and Sunday 28th July 2013. This improvised Austen-esque story will enthral audiences in a totally new and engaging way.
The show will see a cast of six actors perform an hour long improvised show, based entirely around audience suggestion. You can expect a variety of society balls, stolen glances, and dashing lords to bring you all the charm of Jane Austen’s literary masterpieces.
Jane Austen, born in 1775, is one of the most celebrated English novelists ever, with many of her stories gaining theatrical and televised adaptations over the years. Austentatious hopes to replicate all the aspects that have made Jane Austen’s novels so popular as well as provide audiences with a fantastic comedy performance that will have them in stitches.
The show promises to be rip-roaring parody of Austen’s work, and every show will have a live cello accompaniment to emote the improvised happenings on stage. The group will run four shows, on per month, from March through till July, and you can be sure that no two shows will ever be the same.