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The Regency Society of Virginia returns to the gorgeous Wells Theater for the stage adaptation of Jane Austen's classic, Sense and Sensibility. We have reserved a limited number of seats for our friends and members at a discounted rate and encourage you to join us in period attire. RSV members will have access to early registration for this event through December 7 after which registration will be open to all. We are now accepting online payments. Those who purchase Orchestra/Mezzanine seating will be contacted (in order of registration) should a cancellation occur in one of the box seats. We regret that we will be unable to offer refunds on tickets after January 10, however, tickets are transferable and we are happy to do what we can to assist in finding an interested party should you need to resell your seat(s).
SOLD OUT? PLEASE REGISTER ANYWAY! We do have an option to purchase additional seats elsewhere in the theater at our group discounted rate, however, we will only do so if we see an interest by folks adding themselves to our waitlist! Registration/waitlist will close on January 10.
Members and not-yet-members are encouraged to attend our 2020 annual members' meeting to provide feedback on our organization and learn about some of the exciting events that we have in store for 2020! In addition to the business portion of the meeting, members are welcome to bring Regency-appropriate goods (books, patterns, fabric, clothing, etc.) for our Buy, Sell, or Trade fair! The courtesy of your registration is appreciated so that we will have a sense of how many to expect. (PS This is the same day as the "Mini Market" being held by several period vendors nearby so plan to stay after the meeting and do some shopping!)
Join us as we attend the Norfolk Historical Society's presentation on the USS Constitution ("Old Ironsides"), the world's oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat. Captain Chris Melhuish, USN (Ret.), former Commanding Officer of the Constitution (and RSV member!), will offer up a history of her remarkable journey from her commissioning in 1797 to her place as "America's Ship of State" today. Admission to this event is free but registration is encouraged. Period attire is also welcomed at this event, so feel free to don your early 19th century clothing!
Want to see what else we've done? Visit our Past Events page!