Genre: Drama
Written by Anton Chekov, Directed by Patricia Lynn

According to popular culture, 30 is the new 20, but the body and soul often disagrees. Meet Nikolai Ivanov. He just turned 30. His wife is dying. The young, blossoming woman next door is much too attractive. His neighbors are gossiping nonstop about him. His closest friends are—well, let’s just say they’re caught up in other issues. And above it all, the crushing melancholy and weariness of not-so-middle age threatens to extinguish the remnants of his hope and pride at any moment. So what’s a man to do? What can any of us do when life just becomes too much to bear?

PS. This is a comedy. We promise.

Cast: Britannie Bond* (Sasha), Christopher Bonewitz* (Ivanov), Vichet Chum* (Yegorushka), Timothy J. Cox* (Lebedyev),Nate Dendy* (Borkin), Natalie Hegg* (Natasha), Judith Ingber (Avdotya), Jordan Kaplan* (Doctor Lvov), Emily Kitchens* (Anna), Patricia Lynn* (Martha), Brian Keith MacDonald* (Shabelsky), Kyle Schaefer* (Kossih), Kymberly Tuttle (Zinaida *Appears courtesy of Actor’s Equity. An Equity Approved Showcase


The Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective is an emerging theatre company dedicated to presenting the classics in a simple, unique way. HTTC wholeheartedly believes that theatre is a communal, familial, and joyous art form and strives to share that uplifting experience with its audience.

About the Company: The Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective




Open:   10/05/12
Close:   10/20/12

October 5-6 at 8:00PM, October 7 at 7:00PM
October 11-13 at 8:00PM, October 14 at 3:00PM
October 17-19 at 8:00PM, October 20 at 2:00PM and 8:00PM
Theater:   Access Theater, Fourth Floor
Address:   380 Broadway
New York, NY 10013
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