Adapted and directed by Brian Rogers, 3 Sisters Redux is a reductionist take on Chekhov's Three Sisters that removes all ancillary characters and is performed simply using the dialogue of the sisters themselves. The result is a dense, concentrated, poetic and challenging discourse on the nature of family and sisterhood. Features performances by Jennifer Lee Dudek, David Fraioli and Sheila Lewandowski.
Friday, October 29 at 8pm
Saturday, October 30 at 5pm
Sunday, October 31 at 2pm
Monday, November 1 at 8pm
Monday, November 8 at 8 p.m
Part of the 2004 Chekhov Now Festival
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