Professor Inger Brodey has tasked her students at UNC-Chapel Hill to provide PlayMakers with Sense and Sensibility resources for further study. Her ENG 340 class, “Studies in Jane Austen,” collaborated to provide audiences members in our student matinees an beyond with the following material.
Sense and Sensibility Student Guide
A Study Guide for Students
Created By Caroline Collins and Anna Shelton
Sense and Sensibility Teacher Guide
To help instructors further bring this piece of literature to life for their students
Compiled by Anna Shelton and Caroline Cummings
Sense and Sensibility: A Virtual Gallery
In this virtual exhibit, visual representations of Sense and Sensibility are on display to highlight the lasting impact of Jane Austen’s first ever published novel, showcasing how her novel has been read and interpreted in a variety of ways throughout time. Compiled by Alli Smith and Sarah Tyndall
Sense and Sensibility Essay Contest
The Jane Austen Summer Program and the Department of English and Comparative Literature at UNC-Chapel Hill invite Middle and High School students to participate in an essay-writing contest based upon PlayMakers Repertory Company’s production of Sense and Sensibility.
Jane Austen Summer Program and Northanger Abbey Bookmark
Northanger Abbey and Frankenstein: 200 Years of Horror
Jane Austen Summer Program
June 14–17, 2-18