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Open: 06/14/18- Close: 06/17/18 Ivanov
One of Moscow’s leading theatre companies will perform Ivanov, Chekhov’s first play, a dazzling mix of comedy, satire, and psychological drama,  at New York City Center (131 W. 55th Street) for a special limited engagement June 14th through June 17th. Evgeny Mironov stars as Ivanov,  an antihero and melancholic upper-class man who is struggling to regain his former glory.  This award winning production directed by Timofey Kulyabin premiered in Moscow and was nominated for the prestigious Golden Mask National Theatre Award (equivalent of the Tony Award) in multiple categories.

 

The Cherry Orchard Festival, co-founded by Maria Shclover and Irina Shabshis, is presenting this Russian State Theatre of Nations production in Russian with English supertitles.

 

Venue:
New York City Center : 55th St. Between 6th and 7th Aves.
Open: 06/14/18- Close: 07/15/18 Mercy
After his wife is killed in a car accident, Orville attempts to move on with his life. His father takes on the responsibility of caring for his new granddaughter; meanwhile his boss at work aggressively tries to comfort him. However, everything changes for Orville when he inadvertently meets Ian, the troubled man responsible for his wife's death.  Will Orville choose redemption or revenge?

June 14, 2018 – July 15, 2018.

Thursdays, Fridays 8:00; Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm; Sundays at 2pm.

Tickets: $46. Offers and promotions Thursdays and Friday nights, pending availability. All tickets subject to transaction fee. Premium seats (aisles and front row) are an extra $5.

For tickets call 732-229-3166 or visit njrep.org

Venue:
New Jersey Repertory Company : 179 Broadway
Open: 07/06/18- Close: 07/28/18 THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA
The House of Bernarda Alba

by Federico Garcia Lorca


"A Drama of Women Enduring Oppression"

After the death of her husband, Bernada Alba forces her five daughters to endure a brutal mourning period that doesn't allow them to leave the house for years. Trapped in a repressive home, jealousy & envy soon erupts among the sisters as they each struggle for personal freedom.
 
Passionate, lyrical & haunting, "The House of Bernarda Alba" is an epic Spanish tragedy that seeks to incite revelation & revolution from its audience. Please join The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company this summer as we explore what makes this play a timeless classic that still speaks to modern audiences.

July 6 - July 28
At the Gene Frankel Theatre

Venue:
Gene Frankel Theatre : 24 Bond St.