Three Sisters

Anton Chekhov 16+

This play of the “Red Torch” theatre is already being called “legendary” and it’s still performed on the stages of many countries. Though the story of “Three sisters” is well-known, the work of Timofey Kulyabin keeps us in suspense until the very last minute.

The performance is basically a mix of genres – a psychological drama, a thriller, and, above all, it is also in sign language with subtitles. And you will see the hidden side of a classical word if you watch closely. It is still Chekhov but without any clichés – and everyone has an opportunity to solve the mystery of “Three sisters”.


Production team:

Director — Timofey Kulyabin

Set Designer — Oleg Golovko

Lighting Designer — Denis Solntsev

Assistant Director — Natalya Yarushkina

Sign Language Instructor — Galina Nishchuk

Advisers on the Deaf Culture — Veronika Koposova, Tamara Chatula

Caption Editors — Ilya Kukharenko, Olga Fedyanina

Cast:

Andrey Prozorov — Ilya Muzyko

Natasha, his fiancée, then wife — Valeriya Kruchinina / Klavdiya Kachusova

His sisters:

Olga — Irina Krivonos

Masha — Darya Emelyanova

Irina — Linda Akhmetzyanova

Fedor Kulygin, school teacher, Masha’s husband — Denis Frank

Aleksandr Vershinin, lieutenant colonel, battery commander — Pavel Polyakov

Nikolay Tuzenbakh, baron, lieutenant — Anton Voynalovich

Vasiliy Soleniy, staff captain — Konstantin Telegin

Ivan Chebutykin, military doctor — Andrey Chernykh

Aleksey Fedotik, second lieutenant — Aleksey Mezhov

Vladimir Rode, second lieutenant — Sergey Bogomolov

Ferapont, watchman at the local council — Sergey Novikov

Anfisa, nanny — Elena Drinevskaya


Opening night: 11 September 2015

Presented in sign language with subtitles
Running Time: appox.4 hrs. 15 min. (inc. 3 intermissions)


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