Tag: Welcome to Sanditon

“The Dog Lover” starring Allison Page in Theaters Now!

“The Dog Lover” starring Allison Page in Theaters Now!

  Allison Paige (The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Welcome to Sanditon) stars as Sara, an animal rights activist working for the United Animal Protection Agency. She goes undercover as a college intern to investigate abuse happening at a suspected puppy mill run by Daniel Holloway. After getting to know Daniel and his family, she learns about […]

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Allison Paige is headed to “The Flash”!

Allison Paige is headed to “The Flash”!

  Who ever thought Darcy’s little sister might one day fight (or commit) crime? Allison Paige (aka Gigi Darcy from The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Welcome to Sanditon) has scored a role on The CW’s The Flash as Eliza Harmon aka Trajectory, a ne’er-do-well speedster! The second half of season 2 starts tonight with Episode 11 at 8/7c, but […]

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Lenne Klingaman’s debut album “The Heart is the Hunter” is available NOW!

Filed in News, Shows, Welcome to Sanditon by on September 21, 2015 0 Comments
Lenne Klingaman’s debut album “The Heart is the Hunter” is available NOW!

Calling all Pemberley Peeps (and especially Welcome to Sanditon fans)! This past May we asked you to help fund Lenne Klingaman (aka Clara Breton from WTS) on Kickstarter so that she could release her debut album, “The Heart is the Hunter.” Well hold on to your hats, because not only was the album funded, but […]

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Lenne Klingaman’s Debut Album “The Heart is a Hunter”

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Lenne Klingaman’s Debut Album “The Heart is a Hunter”

Attention all Welcome to Sanditon fans! Did you know Lenne Klingaman, who played the ice cream maven Clara Breton in the LBD spinoff webseries, could sing, too? (Who misses her recipes? I know we do!) She’s hoping you’ll help fund her debut album, “The Heart is a Hunter,” on Kickstarter!

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Joanna Sotomura Audition Reel

Joanna Sotomura Audition Reel

Watch the lovely and talented Joanna Sotomura audition for Letitia Griffiths, and then knock it out of the park in her auditions for Emma Woodhouse! Featuring an introduction by James Brent Isaacs and an appearance from Brent Bailey. Joanna Sotomura Audition Reel

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Lenne Klingaman in Appoggiatura

Filed in News, Welcome to Sanditon by on January 22, 2015 0 Comments
Lenne Klingaman in Appoggiatura

Hey Coloradans and fellow residents of Sanditon! If you’re in Denver, swing by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts to watch Welcome to Sanditon‘s Lenne Klingaman (Clara Breton) in her new play Appoggiatura, running through Feb 22. “Written by three-time Pulitzer nominee James Still, Appoggiatura follows three closely related Americans, each nursing a hunger and a […]

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Pemberley Digital Census

Filed in News by on November 12, 2014 0 Comments
Pemberley Digital Census

Are you a fan of our series? Is there something you’d like to see more of? If so, we would love to hear from you! Please take a moment to participate in our census:

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What’s happening in the world of Sanditon

Filed in News, Shows, Welcome to Sanditon by on June 13, 2014

Domino, begin recording: Hey all.  We wanted to fill you in on a few things happening in the world of Sanditon: “Welcome to Sanditon” Reel: You may have seen the short LBD Reel that we put together last year. It’s become a very useful tool for giving an overview of what the show was all about […]

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Serle in Sanditon

A Twitter conversation between Chef Serle, Emma Woodhouse, Annie Taylor and Caroline Lee.

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Webseries phenom The Lizzie Bennet Diaries made it to 100 entries (and beyond)

Filed in News, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries by on February 3, 2014
Webseries phenom The Lizzie Bennet Diaries made it to 100 entries (and beyond)

  For most of the history of television, the barrier to syndication—and to profitability—has been 100 episodes. The shows that have made it to that mark are an unusual group. Many were big hits. Some found small cult audiences. Still others just hung on as best they could and never posted numbers quite low enough […]

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