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Three Sisters (Review)

Ruhl's and Doyle's spin on Chekhov play will challenge audiences

2 Comments · Monday, November 2, 2009
When a director pushes boundaries, great things can happen. That's certainly what John Doyle's staging of 'Three Sisters' has tried to do. A high-profile venture for the Cincinnati Playhouse's 50th anniversary, Doyle's production uses a new, very colloquial version of Anton Chekhov's play by the much-admired writer Sarah Ruhl and a team of Tony Award winners and nominees.   

Sisters and Stories

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2009
When the Cincinnati Playhouse's Ed Stern described his 50th anniversary season last spring, he was especially excited about a new version of Anton Chekhov's 'Three Sisters,' a 1905 play about three siblings who yearn for the life they once enjoyed in Moscow but now find themselves trapped in a cultural backwater. Stern and veteran Broadway director John Doyle talk about the Playhouse production.  

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