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After Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov

Track 3

Theatre Movement Bazaar (USA)

Track 3
Track 3
Presented in English with Russian subtitles

Director and choreographer Tina Kronis
Writer Richard Alger
ENSEMBLE Kendra Chell, Caitlyn Conlin, Mark Doerr, Elizabeth Ellson, Dylan Jones, David Lm Mcintyre, Jesse D. Myers, Mark Skeens
Wardrobe Designer Ellen Mccartney
Lighting Designer Richard Alger
This was a highly professional and polished performance. The cast successfully bringyou from shock to sadness and back to comedy again, before you even realise what they are up to. Delivered with hilarious abandon, there are even elements of barbershop and surrealist comedy thrown into the mix, with speedy set changes and excellent use of the stage to convey the drama and wit of Chekhov’s original work. The actors delight in both not taking themselves too seriously, (avoiding over-acting), and yet giving credit to every twist and turn of the plot with polished skill.
Excellent acting and delivery mean this play has the potential to appeal to all, even those who normally don’t enjoy theatre, as it delivers on every level.
Mumble Theatre
Conceived by the imaginative team of Tina Kronis and Richard Alger, and performed by members of the Theatre Movement Bazaar, Track 3 is a hilariously brilliant adaptation of Chekhov’s Three Sisters. It is a delight to anyone with a passing knowledge of Chekhov’s plays, but even those who remember little of Chekhov will be laughing at the sheer hilarity and inventiveness of this production.
Using a melange of choreography, vaudeville gags and gestures, and a pinch of commedia dell’arte, the company not only spoofs the mock seriousness surrounding Chekhov’s work (which, truth be known, the playwright himself never intended), but also manages to plumb the more profound depths of Chekhov’s message about the human condition. The production is a tour de force by a company that has been laboring in the vineyards of LA theater for more than a decade.
Huffington Post Arts and Culture
Track 3 is unlike any adaptation I have ever seen.Its unabashed usurpation of an otherwise universally respected play is simultaneously endearing and thought-provoking. Refreshingly it succeeds in capturing and maintaining our attention, luring us into its Caroll-esque domain.
West End Wilma

June 19,20
Theatre of Nations (Main Stage)
1 h 20 min without intermission