The Three Sisters

The Three Sisters 

by Anton Chekhov


February 5 - 8, 2014

Salle Martial-Caron
Université de Saint-Boniface

200 Avenue de la Cathedrale
Winnipeg MB R2H 0H7

The Three Sisters was the first play that Chekhov wrote specifically for the Moscow Art Theatre, having experienced commercial success in his previous collaborations with the company, The Seagull and Uncle Vanya. Like many of Chekhov's works, it is about the decay of the privileged class in Russia and the search for meaning in the modern world. In the play, Olga, Masha, and Irina are refined and cultured young women in their twenties who were raised in urban Moscow but have been living in a small, colorless provincial town for eleven years. With their father dead, their anticipated return to Moscow comes to represent their hopes for living a good life, while the ordinariness of day-to-day living tightens its hold. First performed in 1901, The Three Sisters is a perennial favorite of actors and audiences.

   

Wed, Feb 5 at 8:05 pm

Regular Ticket
$20.00
Student Ticket
$5.00

You must present your student card when picking up your ticket.

   

Thu, Feb 6 at 8:05 pm

Regular Ticket
$20.00

   

Fri, Feb 7 at 8:05 pm

Regular Ticket
$20.00

   

Sat, Feb 8 at 2:05 pm

Regular Ticket
$20.00

   

Sat, Feb 8 at 8:05 pm

Regular Ticket
$20.00