The John Brown University Department of Music and Theatre is pleased to present Kate Hamill's adaptation of the Jane Austen classic "Sense and Sensibility", running at the Berry Performing Arts Center from February 8-16. This production, directed by JBU's new professor of theatre Josiah Wallace, tells the story of the young Dashwood sisters navigating the perilous expectations of the 19th-century British upper class. The play shares themes familiar to young and old – love, family, and the pressure we feel society pushing onto us. This timeless tale of sisterhood reminds us to love boldly and compassionately. "It's a theatrical roller coaster ride of Austen's classic story," says director Josiah Wallace. "The actors, designers, and technicians are working tirelessly, and I can't wait to share this production with our community." "Sense and Sensibility" runs February 8th, 15th, and 16th at 7:30 PM, and February 9th at 1:00 PM. Tickets are available now through jbu.edu/tickets.