Streaming Online November 23-25, 2020
By Anton Chekhov • Translated by Paul Schmidt
Directed by Larry Biederman
Opening Night: Monday, November 23, 2020 at 6pm
(Talkback via Zoom to follow)
Chekhov’s classic circus of neurotic characters, petty resentments, misdirected love, and self-created hardship reflects the isolation and divisive perceptions of our times. An aspiring academic, Vanya, disillusioned by his failure to find love and success, questions his devotion to an aging professor, and makes a last chance effort at happiness. Can no one in this rural 19th century Russian estate get what they want, or is everyone destined to settle?
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