Genre: Classical
Anton Chekhov

Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters 

We are excited to present the event invitation for our global live charity reading of The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov this weekend. We hope you will join us for some zoom theatre and raise some money for Sea-Watch ** suggested donation is 5 euros

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Saturday Feb 27th Acts 1&2
Sunday Feb 28th Acts 3&4


12 noon USA/EST
1pm Bermuda
5pm UK
6pm Germany & Switzerland
10.30pm India



Cast: Britt Bur, Alexander Kruuse Mettin
Open:   02/26/21
Close:   02/27/21

Saturday 27th (Act 1&2) 9am PST - 12 noon EST
Sunday 28th (Act 3&4) 9am PST - 12 noon EST
Theater:   Online or Virtuas
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New York, NY 10036
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Cost:Suggested charity donation of 5 Euros
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Sarah Lynn Dawson is a English actress who trained as an actress at the New York's Lee Strasberg Institute of Film and Television. She voiced the role of the Mother in the Oscar Nominated Feature Film I Lost My Body. Other films she has acted in, include Duality, which was narrated by Deepak Chopra. She also played the lead role of Alice Clark the LAPD's first female detective in the 1940's film noir Unsolved. Her theatre productions have included Reality TV directed by Jim Tommaney, in which was performed in Miami, Florida. She made her Off-Broadway debut in the Manhattan Repertory Theater's production of Men directed by Ken Wolfe, followed by another Off-Broadway appearance in Conflict, at The Producers Club, before moving to Los Angeles. In LA she was accepted on the prestigious BAFTA/LA Newcomers program and also became an Observer at The Actors Studio.

Nadia Rahman started her passion for acting in German theatres, where she worked on several productions, such as "Carmen", "Trainspotting", "Shockheaded Peter" and "Adam & Eve".

Because of her love for travel and keen interest in expanding her knowledge on the different facets of acting, Nadia decided to move to NYC.

A graduate of the renowned Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. She worked in Off-Broadway Productions and got a part in a TV-Pilot " Nowhere Else". While doing that, Nadia was also working for German TV-Channels.

Nadia is thrilled to work with such a dynamic and talented group of actors.

My major childhood dream was to become an actress and show business has always fascinated me. For this reason I started at acting school in Zurich and 3½ years later I finally had my acting diploma!

Since I am fond of music, I have been taking singing lessons for the last 6 years and always went to dancing classes. For me, singing, dancing and acting somehow belong together. That is one of the reasons for which I participated in a musical (HAIR), after my graduation, in which I had a main part (as Sheila). Obviously, I also gained different experience by playing minor - and supporting roles in commercials, soaps and movies.

Still taking every opportunity to improve my acting experience, I attended the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York.

Abhijeet Shetty was born and raised in Mumbai, India. He grew up completely enamoured by the song and dance routine of Bollywood cinema, but as he grew older, the effects of escapist cinema wore off on him.

He was however bitten by the acting bug during his final year at college where he was getting a bachelors degree in Civil Engineering. He has been acting for the past 5 years and has recently completed the two year certificate program at the Lee Strasberg Institute. He was recently seen on stage in Michael Ryan's "Eveningland". He is thrilled to be a part of this amazingly talented group of performers.

BRITT BUR studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute with the world-renowned Irma Sandrey. She has an extensive background in ballet, premiering the role of the Columbus Circle Ballerina in “The Ride.” Off-broadway credits include the roles of Lulu and Marguerite in the world premiere of “The Final Days of Vincent Van Gogh,” and Josephine in “A Taste of Honey” at the Century Theatre for the Performing Arts. Film credits include; “PTSD,” “The Man on the Train,” “Hearts & Flowers,” “The Sophomore,” & “Victoriana."
Notable Los Angeles theater credits include: Counter Men and Greeks-6, Trojans-5 at the Whitefire Theater, The Eccentricities of a Nightingale at A Noise Within, All My Sons at Raven Playhouse, The Pentagon Papers at Santa Monica Playhouse, and the 2006 revival of Southern Baptist Sissies at the Zephyr Theater and national tour. Film credits include: I Am Not A Robot, Expiration, Forever Not Maybe, Small Talk, Born To Die among others.He holds a BA in Theatre from The Ohio State University and has continuously studied with various acting teachers throughout Hollywood since 2007.
She trained as an actress at the Garage in Norwich, UK where she obtained the Higher National Certificate with distinction. Moreover, she had additional acting training at the Norwich Theatre Royal and the City Academy in London. Furthermore, she was part of a Maddermarket production where she acted in an ensemble role. She is now teaching Drama and German at the Norwich Steiner School. She is a co-founder of a local improvisational acting group. She also holds two Masters in the field of international politics.
James Birch is a human living in Bermuda who enjoys the performing arts.
Senait Berhe is an actress living in Germany.
William’s notable Theatrical Credits include: Bye Bye Birdie, The Fantastics, Archie & Mehitabel, A Christmas Carol, The Entertainer, Macbeth, Comedy of Errors, Lear, Barefoot in the Park, A Thousand Clowns, Mr. Roberts, Harvey, Pygmalion, Marat Sade, Dracula, The White Pages, Kosmond Russel’s The Visit, Stage Door, The Devil with Boobs, Horton Foote’s Land of Astronauts, Good Woman of Szechuan, Machinal, Jovanka Bach’s Balkan Trilogy, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Over River Through Woods, The Matchmaker And Then There Were None. He was the Stage Manager at Our Town. Bill has many notable TV Credits as well.
Notable Theater Credits: Cloud Tectonics, Mahim Junction, One Percent Agency, Miss Julie, The Alchemist, Talk To Me Like The Rain, Loveliest Afternoon Of The Year.Tarique also works as a Stunt Man.
Sam gained his BA in Scriptwriting & Performance from UEA, before going on to teach drama in local schools, as well as working as a freelance tutor/director/drama teacher across Norwich. He is heavily involved in theatres across the city, having regularly directed/performed/produced/written for Norwich’s various stages over the last few years. Notable projects include Fat Dog Theatre, an independent young company based in North Devon, and Death and the Data Processor, a puppet comedy for adults in which Sam was writer/performer that toured across the UK Fringe scene. He currently teaches Acting on the Performing Arts Foundation Course at The Garage. He is one of the organisers of Norwich Fringe, a project aimed at developing and platforming new work of all artistic genres in Norfolk and Norwich. Outside of work, Sam co-hosts the podcast Play Ground, which takes a deep dive into plays classic and contemporary, for academic as well as entertainment value.
Notable Theatre Credits: Trennung Frei Haus, Frohe Feste, Volpone, Aladdin und die Wunderlampe, Alles über Liebe, Fräulein Julie, Das Wirtshaus im Spessart, Der Name der Rose, Der Name der Rose, Alles über Liebe, Der dressierte Mann, Hamburger Jedermann, Produkt u.a., 1864 – Tagebuch einer Katastrophe, Rose Bernd, Keinohrhasen, Unter Nachbarn, Das andalusische Mirakel, Hamlet, Lala Rukh, Maria Stuart, Frühlings Erwachen, Die dicke Prinzessin, Tartuffe, – Off Off Broadway, New York: MTA, If you see something say something, You are here Productions, Orlando in Love, Office Work, 24 Hour Play FestivalVarious TV- Roles in Germany