By Anton Chekhov
Directed by Kristi Ann Jacobson
Transplanted from their beloved home in Moscow to a provincial Russian town, the three Prozorov sisters—Olga, Masha and Irina—and their brother, Andrey, wait, in the house that their father has left them, for their lives to begin. Clinging desperately to memories of the bright, thriving Moscow they left as children, and unable to bear the ordinariness of their lives, nothing holds them back but their own decisions, misfortunes, and inertia. Written in 1900, Three Sisters centers on a conflict between reality and illusions.
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