Pride and Prejudice
Our fabulous presentation of this classy story is now over. See below for the cast list and images.
Thank you to all our fabulous actors, backstage crew, front of house crew, JoBoyle AV, Zeljko Vanis for ticketing, Bec and the Bendigo Copy Centre for the Program, Daniel Soncin Videography, Phil Ahern and Roger Burns for some of our set pieces, and the audience for your support and feedback.
Click here to meet some of the people who joined Synchronicity for the first time in Pride and Prejudice.
A stage play adaptation by K. Rooney
“The die is cast”…and so is the play.
CHARACTER ACTOR’S NAME
· Mr Bennet John Moore
· Mrs Bennett Erin Mannix
· Elizabeth Bennet Georgia Campbell
· Jane Bennet Saari Frochot-Chauhan
· Mary Bennet Natalie Hercus
· Kitty Bennet Tahlia Cook
· Lydia Bennet Sarah Osborne
· Sir William, a neighbour James Wight
· Mrs Gardiner, an aunt Emily Calder
· Mr Gardiner, an uncle Craig Sheppard
· Mr Collins, a cousin Daniel Soncin
· Mr Wickham Bevan Madden
· Mr Denny Jacob Baird
· Charlotte Lucas Amelia Mason
THE FITPATRICK FAMILY AND FRIENDS
· Mr Darcy Zach Fitzpatrick
· Miss Fitzpatrick, Darcy’s sister Kezia Collishaw
· Lady Catherine De Bough Sharon Newth
· Miss De Bough, her daughter Kezia Collishaw
· Colonel Fitzwilliam, Darcy’s friend Liam Hyde
THE BINGLEY FAMILY
· Mr Charles Bingley Jake Russell
· Miss Caroline Bingley, his sister Isobel Kingdon
· Housekeeper/Maid Barb Billings
· Maid //Dancer Donna Spillman
· Butler. /Dancer Nick Maher
· Maid/Dancer Glenys Tatti
Liam Hyde. Kezia Collishaw. Sam Appleton. Geoff Collishaw
From Geoff Collishaw, Synchronicity Co-Founder and local wit: “Elizabeth Bennet falls for Mr Darcy and he falls for her. But it’s a Jane Austen novel, so it’s going to take a long time before they get together.”
It is a truth universally acknowledged…. that Austen writes the best romantic dramas. Take a step back into the regency era with us as we explore the Austen masterpiece, Pride and Prejudice. With dancing, regimental uniforms and of course all of those great Austen one liners, this will be one of our largest cast plays yet. Very exciting!
Directed by local director, Wendy Collishaw who recently finished the sold out season of Agatha Christie’s classic whodunit Mousetrap.