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Three Sisters - Melbourne Theatre Company 1983

by Anton Chekhov

Three Sisters (Russian: Три сeстры́, translit. Tri sestry) is a play by the Russian author and playwright Anton Chekhov. It was written in 1900 and first performed in 1901 at the Moscow Art Theatre. The play is sometimes included on the short list of Chekhov's outstanding plays, along with The Cherry Orchard, The Seagull and Uncle Vanya. Act one begins with Olga (the eldest sister) working as a teacher in a school, but at the end of the play she is made headmistress, a promotion in which she had little interest. Masha, the middle sister and the artist of the family (she was trained as a concert pianist), is married to Feodor Ilyich Kulygin, a schoolteacher. At the time of their marriage, Masha, younger than he, was enchanted by what she took to be wisdom, but seven years later, she sees through his pedantry and his clownish attempts to compensate for the emptiness between them. Irina, the youngest sister, is still full of expectation.

Three Sisters MTC - Roger Oakley, Anne Scott Pendlebury, Linden Wilkinson, Katrina Foster, Kim Krejus, Gary Down, Fredrick Parslow, Edwin Hodgeman, Brian Young, Edward Hepple, Steven Tandy, Chris Connelly, John Murphy, Vivean Gray, Suzette Williams

Director - Bruce Myles
Designer - Tony Tripp
Lighting - Jamie Lewis

Playbill / Program Date Jun - Jul 1983 Athenaeum Theatre

Size 10 x 215 mm 

Condition: Used Good 8/10  

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