7 thoughts on “Promise and Promiscuity

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  1. Promise & Promiscuity is fab! REALLY well done solo adaptation of Pride & Prejudice by 1 actor. Funny, campy, true to both that era and this one. Great singing, song adaptations, dancing and a fast wit with occasional improvised split second hilarity. Great modernization of this timeless classic. I don’t give 5 stars often to a show; this one scored it!

  2. Promise and Promiscuity is definitely near the top of my list for the Fringe this year. I’ll admit that I’m not actually all that familiar with Jane Austen, except for Pride and Prejudice (which even so is only a recent development), but I could definitely see connections, but really appreciated her own twists on things. The local additions (Timothy Horton = Tim Horton’s) and pop culture references (Kimberline Kardasian, Britney Spears song lyrics as poetry, adaptations of pop songs like Dancing Queen, and “50 Shades of Arr”) were absolutely brilliant, and her one use of audience participation was a great decision.

    In addition to the excellent writing/story adaptation, her acting was unbelievable. Her ability to switch back and forth between the dozen or so characters in the story (and for a full hour, no less) was a delight to watch. Even her mistakes were easily fixed, and done so completely in character and with improvised humour. And, to top it all off, she’s from the other side of the world, so it’s definitely an experience you don’t want to miss. Who knows when she’ll be back out this way again?

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