Mrs. Bennet's Sentiments: Pride and Prejudice and Perseverance

Mrs. Bennet's Sentiments: Pride and Prejudice and Perseverance

by Dori Salerno

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Overview

JANE AUSTEN'S MOTHER TELLS ALL!Jane Austen's Mrs. Bennet, mother of five difficult teenage daughters, is silent no more. Those who grew up enjoying Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" will delight in "Mrs. Bennet's Sentiments". Tired of having her ungrateful girls roll their their eyes at her and watching her husband return to his man cave, Mrs. Bennet finally tell all."Mrs. Bennet surprises them all.""She defies the conventions of the day -- proving the old adage 'Mother knows best'".

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530968770
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/21/2016
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Ms. Salois has been the Artistic Director of Vantage Theatre since 1994 and is now the Executive Director. As a Director and Producer Ms. Salois has brought over 38 plays to fruition. She created a three-way partnership with Vantage, San Diego Repertory, and La Jolla Playhouse bringing Anna Deavere Smith's New York production of Let Me Down Easy to San Diego in association with Arena Stage's national tour. She produced Lynne Kaufman's award winning Be Here Now The Journey of Ram Dass at The OB Playhouse and for the San Diego Fringe festival and she recently brought Joel Drake Johnson's 2015 Nominee as Best Off -Broadway play Rasheeda Speaking to a new theatre space she created in La Jolla.

She has written and directed for television, So This is Washington and West of Hedon. She has also written for the theatre. She is a co-author of the plays The Importance of Being Earnest the Musical!, The Holy Man an adaptation of Susan Trotts novels, and Macgregor.

As an Actor she has performed in professional theatres as well as film and television in New York, Los Angeles, Massachusetts, Washington D.C. and San Diego She received her Baccalaureate from Lowell University and her Masters from Georgetown University.

She resides in La Jolla with her husband, is the mother of two grown daughters and writes fiction under her married name Salerno.

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