Everyone knows that Pride and Prejudice is one of the greatest love stories of all time. Although our production is chock-full of gorgeous girls galore, this post will be dedicated to the men of Pemberley, Netherfield, Longbourn, and Hunsford who make our hearts go pitter-pat.
Who hasn’t swooned over the highly intellectual, dark and broody, devastatingly handsome, hard-to-get-because-he-has-such-high-standards Mr. Darcy?
Barnaby Williams as Mr. Darcy.
Or the ever-optimistic, heart-on-his-sleeve, finds-love-and-runs-after-it Mr. Bingley?
Barry Eitel as Mr. Bingley.
Or the roguish swagger of the I-know-you’re-bad-but-I-want-you-anyway Mr. Wickham?
Alex Skinner as Mr. Wickham.
That’s where the romance ends for most readers of Miss Austen’s popular novel. Luckily for our audience members, we’re turning up the heat in the English country-side!
We’ve got handsome husbands clinging to your every word:
Scott Van de Mark as Mr. Bennet.
And hot mailmen delivering more than just the mail:
Ulises Toledo as the mailman.
And Sinatra-singing officers wearing make-you-melt uniforms:
Nick Kempen as Captain Denny.
And for you less sinful types, let me recommend England’s most meticulously groomed, upwardly-mobile, sure-to-shower-you-with-compliments pastor:
Julio Rafael as Mr. Collins.
There’s truly someone for everyone in this fantastic story. No wonder we still love it 200 years later.