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By Anton Chekhov
Translation by Paul Schmidt

Chekhov’s masterwork The Three Sisters brings us to the turn of the century in a provincial town revealing the lives of Olga, Masha, Irina and their brother Andrey. They dream of moving back to Moscow to realize their future in the capital of intelligence, sophistication and unfound love. They represent the decline and fall of aristocracy and its struggle with the upcoming working class and its invasion and occupation of their property incarnated by their sister in law Natasha which they don’t seem to find the strength to fight against. With increasing claustrophobia and broken expectations their urgency to escape the darkness of their lives is resolved in their seek of purpose and hope to move on.


Director: Pálína Jónsdóttir
Dramaturg: Aeneas Hemphill
Producer: Yue Liu
Stage Manager: Daniel Vaughn, Janelle Caso
Scenic Design: Yu-Hsuan Chen
Lighting Design: Yi Liu
Costume Design: Helga Jóakimsdóttir
Sound Design: Kirk Edward Laing
Production Assistant: Jillian Brie Walker


Andrey—J.B. Alexander
Olga—Ruby Landow
Masha—Elizabeth Inghram  
Irina—Jillian Geurts
Natasha—Hannah Marie Fonder
Kulygin—Benjamin Russell
Vershinin—Daniel Moore
Baron Tuzenbach—Owen Ginley
Solyony—Artem Kreimer
Chebutykin—Ken Straus
Ferapónt—Steve Shoup
Anfisa—Cheryl Horne-Fitzpatrick
Photos Ugla Hauksdóttir