THREE SISTERS

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Festival
Written by Anton Chekhov, Directed by Aleksey Burago

Critically acclaimed Russian director Aleksey Burago stages Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters, a tragicomic story about the decay of a privileged family grappling with the changes of a modern world. Following the death of their army officer father, the Moscow-born and bred Prozorov siblings find themselves living in a remote provincial town, trapped inside the memories of their glorious past. Only the proximity of a nearby artillery post and the company of its officers make their existence bearable. As they fumble for purpose admist the clutter of awkward suitors, clumsy birthday presents, absurd squabbles and raging house fires, only one desire remains undimmed: to return to Moscow! Featured as the main attraction of The New York Chekhov Festival, performances will take place at the quaint and antique Balcony Theater located at West Park Presbyterian Church. 

Featuring: Reanna Armellino, Ella Ayberk, Hazen Cuyler, Michael Donaldson, James Fordyce, Toni Goldman, Ariel Polanco, Matt Raines, Jake Robertson, Flavio Romeo, David A. Russell, Jo Anne Sellers, and Di Zhu


About the Company: The Russian Arts Theater and Studio

Currently, our mission is two-fold. Firstly, through the exploration of new theatrical works as well as progressive re-imaginings of classics, we aim to preserve, promote and advance Russian arts and heritage in New York City.  Secondly, through an affordable and accessible theater education program, we aim to train a new generation of imaginative, innovative, and sincere artists capable of serving the mission for generations to come.

Open:   03/24/17
Close:   04/14/17

Schedule:
March 24th to April 14th, 2017
Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8PM:
3/24/2017
3/25/2017
3/28/2017
3/29/2017
3/30/2017
3/31/2017
4/1/2017
4/4/2017
4/5/2017
4/6/2017
4/7/2017
4/8/2017
4/11/2017
4/12/2017
4/13/2017
4/14/2017
Theater:   The Balcony Theater at West-Park Presbyt
Address:   165 West 86th Street
New York, NY 10024
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Cost:$25
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Company: The Russian Arts Theater and Studio         Official Web Site: russiantheater.org