Why would anyone marry if not for love? This is the question that faces the audience throughout Flint Hill School’s production of “Pride and Prejudice.” This complex and philosophical narrative explores the flaws of Georgian society, while also alluring the audience through a piquant and enigmatic romance.

“Pride and Prejudice” is a theatrical adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic of the same name. Flint Hill School’s rendition was adapted by novelist Paula K. Parker and published in 2012. The show chronicles the Bennet family’s quest to marry off all five of their daughters to men of status.

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