Bristol Riverside Theatre, located at 120 Radcliffe Street in Bristol, Pa, is presenting Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice through November 24. Jon Jory’s adaption of Jane Austin’s 200 year old novel remains true to its original content. The creative team of set designer Megan Jones, costume designer Linda B. Stockton, lighting Designer Kate Ashton, sound designer Bradlee Milton, and choreographer Stephen Casey have all worked together to make the stage the embodiment of 19th Century salons and gardens. The balls which are held (not easy to accomplish without a huge stage and cast of thousands) give everyone the flavor of British society in 1813 .The ensemble cast performs well without exception. The quadrilles, clipped speech and stiff mannerisms provide a believable time warp to whisk the audience back to an earlier era. For tickets or more information on how to see this delightful production, call 215-985-0100 or visit online at www.brtstage.org.