Genre: Classical, Comedy
Brian Friel, Anton Chekhov, Directed By: Brandon Walker

The Seeing Place Theater, known for intensely intimate ensemble work, brings you Brian Friel’s charming retelling of Anton Chekhov’s beloved story.

In this classic story of desire and frustration, three army daughters stuck in a rural backwater, long to get to the big city where, they imagine, their lives will be transformed and fulfilled. But as their brother's new, social-climbing wife vies for control over the estate, they distract themselves with work, potential suitors, and secret love affairs - which threaten to pull them further from one another and the happiness they crave.

Ferapont - Alan Altschuler*
Natasha - Kathleen Brower*
Solyony - Brian Byus
Baron - Lee Cavellier
Chebutykin - Michael Stephen Clay
Masha - Erin Cronican*
Anfisa - Mary Lahti
Fedotik - Justin Kress
Kulygin - Ned Baker Lynch
Roddey - Daniel Perez
Irina- Elisa Pupko
Vershinin - David Sedgwick*
Olga - Daniela Thome
Andrey - Brandon Walker*

About the Company: The Seeing Place Theater

The Seeing Place (from the Greek "Theatron") is a base for disciplined artists to develop theater we all want to believe in. We are working to create a pure ensemble, committed to forceful storytelling that discovers and expresses real behavior in this day and age.

Open:   03/09/12
Close:   03/25/12

Wed-Sat @ 7:30pm; Sat & Sun @ 2pm
Theater:   Sargent Theatre
Address:   314 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019
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