“Sense and Sensibility” extends at Chicago Shakespeare

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Chicago Shakespeare Theater (CST) announced that it will extend the run of its world premiere production of “Sense and Sensibility” for one week, through June 14. The musical adaptations of Jane Austen’s novel features a book and score by Paul Gordon and direction by CST’s artistic director, Barbara Gaines.

Here’s a link to my review:

http://live-sun-times-entertainment.gotpantheon.com/music/new-musical-based-jane-austens-sense-sensibility-winningly-transcends-source/

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