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MPR interviews Kate Hamill, adaptor of SENSE AND SENSIBILITY »

Hamill told MPR's Marianne Combs that she wrote the play in an effort to create more interesting stage roles for women.

St. Paul Pioneer Press explores why Jane Austen’s sense and her sensibilities still matter »

Chris Hewitt writes: “Austen wrote only a handful of novels 200 years ago, but all of them are still read today… Why, in other words, does Janemania endure?”

Star Tribune’s fall arts preview shines spotlight on Level Nine »

“If the past two weeks are any indication, the Dowling Studio will be a happening, inclusive scene this season.”

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Join a post-play discussion about SENSE AND SENSIBILITY »

A fresh spin on Austen’s beloved classic marks the first mainstage production of 16-17. Attend one of four free post-play discussions in September.