Photos by Joshua McKerrow.
Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s Sense & Sensibility is a ‘must see’ for romantics, fans of Jane Austen, daytime soap opera fans, and for theatregoers who just love to laugh. Be sensible and don’t miss this entertaining production.
DC Metro Theatre Arts
Intimate setting, top-notch acting, taut direction and high production values bring this classic to life.
The actors engage in a subtle and graceful dance of rotating scenes, moving props and changing emotions.
The overall effect is delightful.
Maryland Theatre Guide
Sense and Sensibility clearly marks another artistic triumph for Annapolis Shakespeare that should be enjoyed
by everyone who appreciates extraordinary drama conveniently offered in Annapolis.
Meet the artists
Rebecca Swislow (Elinor Dashwood) is thrilled to be returning to the company after playing Lady Macbeth in ASC’s Macbeth this past fall. A Chicago native, she moved to DC to complete her MFA from the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University, where she appeared in the Academy’s Rep Shows: The White Devil (Isabella) and Measure for Measure (Mistress Overdone). Rebecca also recently appeared locally as Barbara DeMarco in Shear Madness (The Kennedy Center) and Blanche/Lord Salisbury in King John (WSC Avant Bard). Rebecca received her B.A. from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and completed theater training programs with the Moscow Art Theatre and at the London Academy for Music and Dramatic Art. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. Come and visit: www.RebeccaSwislow.com
is thrilled to join Annapolis Shakespeare Company this season as a resident company member, having previously performed with ASC as Zerbinette in The Schemings of Scapin and Dorine/Elmire in Tartuffe. Regional credits include Pride & Prejudice at Round House Theatre, A Christmas Carol at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Richard III at Richmond Shakespeare Festival, Henry VI, Parts 1-3 at Adirondack Shakespeare Company, and As You Like It at Kentucky Shakespeare. She toured with Olney Theatre Center’s National Players in The Taming of the Shrew and Dracula. Laura holds a MFA from The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University. www.LauraRocklyn.com