Catch Pride and Prejudice in Rossland tonight

Tonight, the Rossland Light Opera Players (RLOP) perform their main stage show of “Pride and Prejudice” at Rossland Secondary School.

Tonight, the Rossland Light Opera Players (RLOP) perform their main stage show of “Pride and Prejudice.”

The play is based on Jane Austen’s book first published 200 years ago next year and adapted into a musical by Bernard J. Taylor.

The play follows the story of Elizabeth Bennet, played by Allison Cherry, as she encounters issues important in 19th century England, such as manners, morality, education and marriage.

Though set in a different time, much of the  story retains its importance even in the present day.

This is a special year as well for the Players, as they are celebrating their 60th year in operation.

The show is Tonight (March 2) at Rossland Secondary School starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at Rossland Hardware and Rossvegas.

Adult tickets are $17 and children $12.

 

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