The Seeing Place Theater, known for intimate ensemble work, brings you Brian Friel's retelling of Anton Chekhov's beloved story, THREE SISTERS through March 25.
Share a laugh with the Prozorov family in this modern translation of Anton Chekhov's masterpiece.
In this classic story of desire and frustration, three army daughters stuck in a rural backwater, long to get to the big city where, they imagine, their lives will be transformed and fulfilled. But as their brother's new, social-climbing wife vies for control over the estate, they distract themselves with work, potential suitors, and secret love affairs - which threaten to pull them further from one another and the happiness they crave.
Performances run through March 25, 2012 Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.
The Seeing Place is located at ATA's Sargent Theater at 314 West 54th Street, 4th Floor. NYC.
ALL TICKETS are $12. For tickets visit www.smarttix.com or call 212-868-4444.
THREE SISTERS is directed by BranDon Walker. The cast includes Alan Altschuler (Ferapont), Kathleen Brower (Natasha), Brian Byus (Solyony), Lee Cavellier (Baron), Michael Stephen Clay (Chebutykin), Erin Cronican (Masha), Justin Kress (Fedotik), Mary Lahti (Anfisa), Ned Baker Lynch (Kulygin), Daniel Perez (Roddey), Elisa Pupko (Irina), David Sedgwick (Vershinin), Daniela Thome (Olga), and BranDon Walker (Andrey).
For more information visit http://www.seeingplacetheater.com/.