by Anton Chekhov
with a new version by Sarah Ruhl
directed by Kirrie Wratten
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Tuesday 16th October – Saturday 20th October 2018 at 7.30pm
Matinees on Wednesday 17th October & Saturday 20th October 2018 at 2:30pm
Evenings £15; Conc. £14; Friends £13; Matinees £10
******** Opening Night Special Offer – TWO FOR £24 *****
Declarations of love, illicit sex, drunkenness, gambling, threats and violence; this can’t be the same Chekhov who writes plays where nothing much happens….
Three passionate women dream of a better life – and let the one they’re living slip through their fingers. Performed in a vibrant new version by the award winning playwright Sarah Ruhl, this glittering, melancholic tragicomedy is Chekhov’s masterpiece. So yes, it is the same Chekhov, who actually writes plays where everything happens, expressing somehow the core of what it is to be human.
Touching, clever, and unexpectedly funny, TTC’s production of Three Sisters is a must-see version of a modern classic.