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Three Sisters archive

Author Anton Chekhov.

Archive listings for Three Sisters

Work type: Play.


Rediscover the tragicomic story of the Prozorov sisters as they contend with their disillusioned lives in a provincial Russian town.Company Maly Drama Theatre. Presented byOliver King. Presented byEkaterina Kashyntseva (for Belka Productions). Director Lev Dodin. Performer Alexander Bikovsky (Andrei Prosorov). Performer Ekaterina Kleopina (Natasha). Performer Nadezhda Nekrasova (Natasha). Performer Ksenia Rappoport (Masha Jun 19-23). Performer Elizaveta Boyarskaya (Masha Jun 25-29). Performer Ekaterina Tarasova (Irina). Performer Sergey Vlasov (Kuligin). Performer Igor Chernevich (Vershinin). Performer Oleg Ryazanzev (Tuzenbach). Performer Stanislav Nikolskiy (Soleni). Performer Sergey Kuryshev (Chebutikin). Performer Artur Kozin (Fedotik). Performer Nikita Sidorov (Rode). Performer Alexander Koshkarev (Ferapont). Performer Natalia Sokolova (Anfisa Jun 19-23). Performer Natalia Akimova (Anfisa Jun 25-29). Performer Arina Sumkina (Maid). Performer Sergey Ivanov (Soldier).
19 Jun 19 to 29 Jun 19Vaudeville Theatre, West End :: V417
listing details L741877467


Set in a changing 1980s Perestroika USSR, the Prozorov family, trapped in a provincial backwater garrison town yearn for love, adventure and their dream move - to Moscow!! A modernised and progressive production of the classic play by Chekhov.Company The Acting Gymnasium. Adapted by Gavin McAlinden. Director Gavin McAlinden.
14 Jun 19 to 29 Jun 19Theatro Technis, Inner London :: V248
listing details L146804358


Presented byOxford School of Drama.
12 Jun 19 to 15 Jun 19The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
listing details L1283667096


Do you ever wonder what would happen if we could live our lives all over again but be fully conscious of it the second time? I bet we'd try to do everything differently, or at least would know to create a different world for ourselves. In a room in a house in a provincial town, three sisters wait for their lives to begin. Olga, the eldest. Masha, the middle child. Irina, the youngest. The clock strikes. A candle is lit. The clock stops. Something catches fire. The clock strikes. They wake up.Producer The Almeida. Adapted by Cordelia Lynn. Director Rebecca Frecknall. Design Hildegard Bechtler. Lighting Jack Knowlds. Sound George Dennis. Music Angus MacRae. Director Julia Horan (CDG - casting director). Performer Patsy Ferran (Olga). Performer Pearl Chanda (Masha). Performer Lois Chimimba (Natasha). Performer Alexander Elliot (Vasily). Performer Annie Firbank (Anfisa). Performer Elliot Levey (Fyodor). Performer Eric MacLennan (Ferapont). Performer Freddie Meredith (Andrey). Performer Peter McDonald (Alexander). Performer Sonny Poon Tip (Vladimir). Performer Shubham Saraf (Nikolay). Performer Akshay Sharan (Alexey). Performer Alan Williams (Ivan). Performer Ria Zmitrowicz (Irina).
8 Apr 19 to 1 Jun 19Almeida Theatre, West End :: V166
listing details L0480709058

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