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08/04/14

Три сестры и Дядя Ваня Кончаловского

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Wed 23 April 2014 - Sat 03 May 2014 Wyndham's Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0DA

Internationally renowned film / theatre director, producer and screenwriter Andrei Konchalovsky brings his productions of Anton Chekov’s Uncle Vanya and Three Sisters from Moscow’s Moccobeta State Academic Theatre to London’s Wyndham’s Theatre.

Feeding an increasing appetite for international theatre in London, with extended seasons of Russian Ballet at the Coliseum and a growing number of foreign language productions in the West End, Uncle Vanya and Three Sisters will be performed in their original Russian with English surtitles.

Konchalovsky has utilized the same setting and cast for both productions, drawing on the striking similarities between Chekov’s two most celebrated plays.

UNCLE VANYA

Vanya, Yelena, Astrov and Sonya are all in love: with the past, with ideals and with each other.

As their universe shifts around them, they struggle to keep their emotions at bay in an exquisitely evoked comedy of trials and tribulations of the human condition.

The cast includes Aleksandr Domogarov, Julia Vysotskaya, Pavel Derevyanko, Natalia Vdovina, Irina Kartasheva, Aleksandr Bobrovsky, Larisa Kuznetsova, Galina Bob, Vitaly Kistchenko, Anatoly Grishin and Vladas Bagdonas.

Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky and designed by Rustam Khamdamov. 

THREE SISTERS

Following the death of their father, who had been the commander of the local army post, sisters Olga, Masha, and Irina Prozoroff are leading lonely and purposeless lives. They dream of returning to Moscow, where life has richness and meaning.

Olga seeks satisfaction in teaching but longs for a home and family. Unfulfilled in her own marriage, Masha falls hopelessly in love with a married colonel. Irina works in the local telegraph office but yearns for happiness. 

Their brother's marriage to lowly peasant girl Natasha increases their sense of futility. She encroaches on their family home until even that meagre refuge is lost to them. When the army post is decommissioned, they renew their resolve to find hope and purpose.

The cast includes Aleksandr Domogarov, Julia Vysotskaya, Pavel Derevyanko, Natalia Vdovina, Irina Kartasheva, Aleksandr Bobrovsky, Larisa Kuznetsova, Galina Bob, Vitaly Kistchenko, Anatoly Grishin and Vladas Bagdonas.

Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky and designed by Rustam Khamdamov. 

Mossovet State Academic Theatre is one of the oldest theatres in Moscow, having been founded in 1923. In the 1970s the acclaimed Russian director Pavel Khomsky became first principal director, then artistic director of the theatre. Mossovet has been enthusiastically received in France, USA, Finland, Israel, Italy, Poland, Bulgaria and across the world.

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