By Anton Chekhov
Director Adam Corrigan Holowitz
Kim Kaitell, John Turner, Chris Bancroft, Andrea Hutchison, Harry Edison
Chris McAuley, Joanne Lubansky, April Chappell
Costume Design Jodi Wallis
Set Design Eric Thompson
Design Director George Smallman
One of the great early plays of the 20th century, Uncle Vanya is a heartbreaking and humorous look into an era of an aristocracy, that might be closer to home than we like to think. As well as exploring the levels and need of, intellect and education in people.
Vanya Voynitsky and his niece Sonya have spent their lives supporting the life and customs of Sonya's father and Vanya's brother-in-law Aleksandr Serebryakov, an respected art professor. However now Aleksandr, aging, can no longer afford the life he has grown accustomed to and returns to the estate of his first wife, Vanya's Sister, with his new young and beautiful wife, Yelena. Their visit brings an unwelcome chaos to the estate's inhabitants, who have grown accustom to monotonous work.
April 1,2,6,7,8,9 at 8 pm
April 2,9 at 2 pm