Chuck Schultz gives his thoughts in words and sketchView More Theater in Sketch: THREE SISTERS TWO (EgoPo)
In an unlikely coincidence of scheduling, Philadelphia sees the performances of three adaptations of Chekov’s Three Sisters, each helmed by a female director. Directed by…View More Three Women Direct Three THREE SISTERS
By exploring the way performances interact with the world in which they are made, THREE SISTERS AND A WOLF shows how Chekhov can thrive in the wilds of PA.View More THREE SISTERS AND A WOLF (Wee Keep Company): 2015 Fringe review 23
The Barnes Foundation and the Renegade Company are collaborating on a series of 15 minute theatrical interpretations of the works in the Barnes collection as part of the FREE First Sunday Series.View More Theater in the Galleries: Renegade and the Barnes collaborate with SUBJECT: WOMEN
For the second year, Phindie asked local theater writers to vote on the best theatrical work produced in or near the city in the 2013/14 theater season.View More 2013/14 Critics’ Awards: The best in Philadelphia theater
In September of 1900 Anton Chekhov confessed in a letter to his actress-wife Olga Knipper: “I find it very difficult to write THREE SISTERS, much more…View More Conversations on Chekhov: What gimmicks? The Arden’s THREE SISTERS has a lasting effect
THREE SISTERS is the story not only of its title characters—the sisters Olga (Sarah Sanford), Masha (Katharine Powell) and Irina (Mary Tuomanen)—but also of the various characters who shuffle in and out of their country home over the course of a few years. It’s a soap opera on wheels as nearly everyone falls in love, gets caught up in adultery and waxes philosophical, all while sinking deeper and deeper into the exact sorts of lives they never wanted to lead.View More THREE SISTERS (Arden Theatre): Does the gimmick stick?