Tracy Letts' new 'Three Sisters' running until Oct. 10 at Spingold Theater
Scenes from Chekhov play by university photographer Mike Lovett
In his Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play, "August: Osage County," Tracy Letts explored the dynamic of three sisters — Barbara, Ivy and Karen Watson — as they confronted the truths and lies of their past in the face of loss. In his new adaptation of Anton Chekhov's masterpiece "Three Sisters," Letts once again returns to three sisters — Olga, Masha and Irina — as they struggle to return to a life of prosperity and happiness in their native Moscow while facing the fading reality that it might never happen at all.
The Brandeis Theater Company production, which opened on Sept. 30 and runs through Oct. 10 in the Laurie Theater, is directed by Assistant Professor of Theater Arts Adrianne Krstansky and features performances by Assistant Professor Janet Morrison and guest artist Craig Mathers.
For tickets, visit go.brandeis.edu/tickets or call (781) 736-3400.