Addison — WaterTower Theatre artistic director Joanie Schultz has announced the roster for the Intersections program at its season-opening production of Kate Hamill's adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. These talks will happen after the performance, and that includes an appearance by Hamill on the Saturday preview on Oct. 14.
Also, WaterTower announced that the Sunday, Oct. 15 matinee is pay-what-you-can and proceeds benefit the effort to help Houston's Tony-winning Alley Theatre, which sustained losses in the flooding after Hurricane Harvey.
Oct. 14 – BELLS AND BALLS – A Conversation with Playwright Kate Hamill
Oct. 15 – A SERIOUS MATTER – A Conversation about Marriage
Oct. 18 – A Conversation with the Artists
Oct. 19 – THE GAME OF LOVE – A Conversation about Modern-Day Matchmaking
Oct. 22 – REGENCY DAY – Dress Up with The Jane Austen Society of North America
Oct. 25 – THE ART OF THE ADAPTATION – A Conversation with Dr. Bonnie Blackwell
Oct. 26 – ASL-Interpreted Performance
Oct. 29 – A Conversation with the Artists
Nov. 1 – A Conversation with the Artists
Nov. 3 – THEIR SHARE OF AMUSEMENT – A Conversation about Misbehaving Women
Nov. 5 – A Conversation with the Artists
» You can read our interview with Kate Hamill here.