|DramaCentre presents Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters"
RELEASED: November 8, 2001
DANVILLE, KYCentre College drama students will offer four performances of Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters". Under the direction of Patrick Kagan-Moore, the shows run from Nov. 14-17 (at 8 p.m.) in Weisiger Theatre at Centre's Norton Center for the Arts.
The cast includes: Laura Beth Adams (Màsha), Amanda Beverly (Anfísa), Stan Campbell (Chebutykin), David Clark (Fedótik), Tim Downing (Andréi Prózorov), David Flora (Kulygin), Ian Frank (Túzenbach), Sarah Gilliam-Kincaid (Olga), Rebecca Grossman (Natàsha), Will Johnston (Vershínin), Nathan Paranthaman (Ferapónt), Emil Robinson (Róhde), Emily Tate (Irína), and Loren Trover (Solyóny).
Written in 1901, "Three Sisters" is considered one of Chekhov's best works. The play follows the lives of the wealthy Prozorov sisters Olga, Masha and Irina and their friends as they spend their days prating about seemingly unimportant everyday happenings. Disillusioned with provincial living, the sisters yearn to leave their dreary country life behind for the bright promise of metropolitan life in Moscow.
All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to The American Red Cross Liberty Fund. Tickets may be purchased through the box office at Centre Colleges Norton Center for the Arts by calling (859) 236-4692.
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