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Stranded in a remote provincial town, three sisters dream of returning to the Moscow of their youth. When a military garrison arrives nearby,the officers become their guests and suddenly a new life seems to be within reach. Liaisons develop, love is in the air and hopes run high - but the sisters reckon without the weakness of their brother, the grasping ambitions of his wife, and the strange eccentricities of a certain lieutenant. An explosion is brewing and matters come to a head on a frantic night of fire.Performers Claire Rushbrook (Olga), Claudie Blakley (Masha), Kelly Reilly (Irena), Indira Varma (Natasha), June Broughton (Anfisa), Michael Fassbender (Fedotik), Paul Hilton (Andrei), Robert Langdon Lloyd (Chebutykin), Michael O'Hagan (Ferapont), Jonny Philips (Vershinin), Bohdan Poraj (Solyony), Paul Rainbow (Rode), Paul Ritter (Kulygin), Tom Smith (Tuzenbakh).
Author Anton Chekhov. Company Oxford Stage Company. Director Dominic Dromgoole. Adapted by Sam Adamson. Costume Agnes Treplin. Lighting Chris Davey.
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