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Three Sisters archiveStranded 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. Nicholas Wright's version demystifies Chekhov without transposing the play from its time or place.
Performers Lucy Black, Andrew Collins, Stuart Crossman, Paul Currier, Daisy Douglas, Jacob Dylan Thomas, Avril Elgar, Esther Ruth Elliott, Catherine Hamilton, Mark Hesketh, Paul Nicholson, Roland Oliver, Nathan Rimell.
Author Anton Chekhov. Producer Tobacco Factory. Adapted by Nicholas Wright. Director Andrew Hilton. Design Vicki Cowan-Ostersen. Lighting Paul Towson. Music John Telfer. Music Elizabeth Purnell. Sound Elizabeth Purnell.

Three Sisters

Three Sisters (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0615731609. Details of all Three Sisters archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S5274

Archive Listings

24 Mar 05
30 Apr 05
The Tobacco Factory Theatres
City of Bristol

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