Pride & Prejudice
4th Wall Theatre Co

  • Directed by Kim Tobin-Lehl
  • January 2018
  • By Kate Hamill
  • Set Design: Ryan McGettigan
  • Costume Designer: Paige Wilson
  • Lighting: Christina Gianelli
  • Sound: Yezminne Zepeda
  • Choreography: Krissy Richmond

“Rachael Logue’s childish Lydia is as playful as she is frustrating, with Logue balancing her character well, especially in the second act in one of the play’s most serious scenes. Logue gets the chance to work the room as Lydia, and then gets a chance to look down her nose at everyone as the snooty Lady Catherine” —Natalie De La Garza, Houston Press

“Even the frivolous Lydia (in a fine, bratty performance from Rachael Logue), who almost brings the family to ruin, gets her own speech on the hypocrisy of the rules of the game.” —Tarra Gaines, Arts and Culture Texas

“Also stealing many scenes is the charming and mercurial Rachael Logue, who does double-time as the flirtatious and boy-crazy Lydia, as well as giving a tour-de-force performance as Lady Catherine—a far cry from the boring representations of her that are in every film version of Pride and Prejudice on the planet. She commands the room as Lady Catherine De Bourgh, snob extraordinaire, and it is really saying something that she makes what is a rather minor role in the novel one of the most memorable in this play.” —Doni Wilson, Houstonia Magazine