THREE TRANSLATIONS OF UNCLE VANYA AT THE SAME TIME (Act 1 + 2){0}

APRIL 16-18, HOUR VARIES – THEATER – NEW SALOON – THREE TRANSLATIONS OF UNCLE VANYA AT THE SAME TIME (Act 1+2) – Sonya explodes, “I am so pitiful and unattractive!” and Sonya agrees, “how terrible it is to be plain,” while Sonya, alone, quietly wonders, “why aren’t I beautiful?” All three reach for the same vodka. New Saloon orchestrates three translations of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya into a triple decker landscape spanning a sleepless night in a restless country household. Fifteen performers confront age, failure, work, and love, and multiple versions of every thought mutate and reverberate. Sweeping in scope and microscopic in focus, this prismatic new rendition cross-examines one of history’s most enduring tragedies.

Created by New Saloon
Text by Anton Chekhov
Translations by Annie Baker, Paul Schmidt, and Laurence Senelick
Directed by Morgan Green

Dramaturgy by Elliot Quick, Music by Deepali Gupta, Scenic Design by Kristen Robinson, Lighting Design by Masha Tsimring , Costume Design by Chloe Paisley, Sound Design by M. Florian Staab

Performed by: David Arveiller, Leonie Bell, Maxwell Cosmo Cramer, Milo Cramer, Jonathan Gordon, Djaka Souare, Alex Mickiewicz, Hannah Mitchell, Caitlin Morris, Mathilde Schennen, Matthew Korahais, Peter Mills Weiss, Susan Karpman, and Madeline Wise.

Stage Managed by Kelsey Kennedy, Produced by New Saloon, Eric Shethar , Produced in association with Immediate Medium

April 16th, 17th, 18th at 7pm and April 17 at 4pm. Tickets $20

Duration: approx 75mn

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