Lovers' Vows is Elizabeth Inchbalds hilarious and thoughtful story of love, class, and doing the right thing. Incredibly popular and controversial when it was written in 1798, Lovers' Vows is rarely staged now. It is perhaps most famous for its appearance in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park, but Lovers' Vows is a funny and moving play in its own right and has earned its place in the spotlight. Elizabeth Inchbald urges us to throw convention aside and step outside the confines of class and social norms to choose between the right choice and the popular one.
Discover a surprisingly timely play from a classical female playwright.
Runs November 6-23 at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
Directed by Kerry McGee
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (View)
545 7th Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|