New York City
Living in a provincial Russian city toward the close of the 19th century, Olga, Masha and Irina are Chekhov’s Three Sisters, far away from their beloved Moscow and longing to return home. A century after it was first performed, Chekhov’s timeless masterpiece, comic yet heartbreaking, is seen in a fresh new adaptation by Associate Artistic Director Craig Lucas, whose rare understanding of dramatic scale and the musical structure of everyday speech rank him among our greatest contemporary playwrights. Bartlett Sher directs.
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