The word "pride" brings to mind packs of lions, school spirit and LGBT celebrations. But put it next to the word "prejudice," and even if you're not a classic literature fan, you'll probably be thinking about Jane Austen's iconic 19th-century novel. Or at least the 2005 film version with Keira Knightley. Or maybe the zombified version.
No matter your level of familiarity with Austen's story, you can enjoy a stage production of Pride and Prejudice tonight at Knock 'Em Dead Dinner Theatre. The company has been staging the tale of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy since the end of January, and if you haven't made it to the show yet, tonight is your last chance.
The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are $20. Student rush tickets are available 10 minutes before showtime, if available, for $15. Visit Knock 'Em Dead's website for more info and tickets.