REVIEWS

Ben Brantley on Sense and Sensibility's remount (2016): NY Times Critic's Pick

"First presented for a short run in repertory in 2014, this enchanting romp of a play has returned on its own, with a few adjustments, but with its buoyant spirits, cunning stagecraft and enlivening insights intact."
 
"... Marianne (a delightfully volatile Ms. Hamill), plays the determined romantic..."

"Even more than Ang Lee’s fine 1995 film of “Sense and Sensibility,” this version captures the vertiginous apprehensions that lie within a seemingly quiet novel about the rewards of resignation..."

"...irresistible theater."

Full review here.


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Huffington Post:    Kate plays Marianne with "Carole Lombard-like abandon..." Link here!