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Calling all Jane Austen fans! The sold-out Sense & Sensibility The Musical adds a date

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen fans will find a way to experience her work -- and now Denver has another option. After the Stage Theatre at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts sold out the entire run of Sense & Sensibility: The Musical, the troupe has added one more date to the series. The run that began April 5 will now continue through May 26. Tickets for the last date go on sale tomorrow.

See also: - Sense & Sensibility: The Musical event information - Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company announces eighth season - The LIDA Project takes on barriers of class and language in O'Neill's The Hairy Ape

Austen fans have united across the world to see the premiere of this musical. This will be the only extension to the show, so only those who have the sense (and maybe the sensibility) will make the cut.

For more information -- and to grab tickets -- visit the DCPA's website.

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Zoe Yabrove is a Denver native with an undergraduate degree in creative writing and a master’s in special education. She is a teacher in Denver Public Schools and contributes to Westword to get her writing fix.
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