View a classic Jane Austen tale in a new light when you catch Emma at Lifeline Theatre! This Saturday, June 1st, join neighbors and friends for a live, lighthearted take on the famous novel when the curtain goes up at 8:00 p.m.
After a successful experiment in matchmaking, Emma Woodhouse is convinced she can do no wrong. So the high-spirited socialite inserts herself in the love lives of everyone around her, meddling despite their wishes, and leaves a tangle of heartbreak in her wake. To restore happiness to her fractured world, Emma must swallow her pride and learn to value the needs of others over her own desires.
Emma is adapted by Lifeline Theatre ensemble member Phil Timberlake and directed by Lifeline Theatre ensemble member Elise Kauzlaric. Making his Lifeline playwriting debut, Timberlake joins Kauzlaric, director of 2012's Pride and Prejudice and 2016's Northanger Abbey for a fresh, intimate look at this beloved Austen romp.
Lifeline Theatre is driven by a passion for story. The theatre’s ensemble process supports writers in the development of literary adaptations and new work, and theatrical and educational programs foster a lifelong engagement with literature and the arts. A cultural anchor of Rogers Park, Lifeline Theatre is committed to deepening their connection to an ever-growing family of artists and audiences, both near and far.
Navigate the blunders of the heart in this world premiere adaptation of the 1815 romantic comedy by Jane Austen. The production runs approximately 2 hours with an intermission. The novel will be on sale in the lobby. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased online at www.lifelinetheatre.com.
At 444 Social Apartments in Lincolnshire, Illinois, we love mixing up on-site events with those happening in our greater area. Be sure to pencil this one into your busy schedule!
Saturday, June 1, 2019—8:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
6912 North Glenwood Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60626