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Apollinaire Theatre Company
Chelsea Theatre Works, 189 Winnisimmet St, Chelsea, Massachusetts 02150
Apollinaire presents Chekhov’s masterwork in an intimate production staged in three locations in the theater.
Seating is limited to 30 per performance.
Performances: Dec. 22, 2016-Jan. 14, 2017
Fri. & Sat. at 8:00
Thurs. Dec. 28 and Jan. 11 at 8:00
Sun. Jan. 7 and 14 at 3:00
Chelsea Theatre Works, 189 Winnisimmet St., Chelsea.
«a sharpness and edgy heart that make it newly compelling”
– Chicago Sun-Times
»Letts...reveals the colors and original intent beneath, including Chekhov's underappreciated humor.”
— The Oregonian
Chekhov's dark human comedy of longing for a better life is presented in an adaption by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts. Stuck in a provincial outpost after the death of their army general father, the Prozorov sisters dream of returning to the cosmopolitan Moscow of their childhood. Desire battles reality as they struggle to find their place in a society on the brink of upheaval. Three Sisters is a story of yearning and denial, and finding love, beauty, and meaning even in the darkest hour.
Tickets are $35, $15 student rush
617/887-2336 • apollinairetheatre.com
Information and directions at apollinairetheatre.com
Performances will be followed by a Reception with the actors.
Featuring: Paul Benford-Bruce, Barbara Bourgeois, Siobhan Carroll, Michael John Ciszewski, Olivia Dumaine, Demetrius Fuller, Deniz Khateri, Becca A. Lewis, Robert Orzalli, Juan Carlos Pinedo, Zaida Ramos, Brooks Reeves, Evan Turissini, Jon Vellante, Arthur Waldstein
Directed by Danielle Fauteux Jacques
Stage Manager: Vijaya Sundaram
ASM: Zaida Ramos
Costumes: Elizabeth Rocha
Sound: Camilo Atehortua
Scenic Artist: Demetrius Fuller
Dramaturg: Slava Tchoul
Musicians: Demetrius Fuller, Robert Orzalli, Slava Tchoul
Running Time: apx. 2 hours 30 minutes with one intermission
Tracy Letts is a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright and Steppenwolf ensemble member. He is the author of the plays Superior Donuts, August: Osage County (Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award), Man from Nebraska (Pulitzer Prize finalist), Bug, and Killer Joe. Also an actor, he received the 2013 Tony Award for Best Actor in Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? TV and film credits include Lady Bird, The Lovers, Christine, Elvis and Nixon, The Big Short, HBO’s Divorce and two seasons as Senator Lockhart on Showtime’s Homeland.