Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov

Directed by Walt Jones; new translation by Walt Jones

The premiere production of a new acting edition of Anton Chekhov’s turn of the last century play, this comedy depicts the life of the three Prozorov sisters and their brother in provincial Russia.

Chekhov insisted that he wrote comedies and was so angry at his director/collaborator Stanislavski, that he fled the theatre during opening night performances because his plays were being mischaracterized so severely. Yes, there are serious points to be made, and it is also a drama, but the disappointment in life onstage is humorous so long as you aren’t living it. —Walt Jones
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  • Three Sisters 2017 production photo
    Colorado State University Theatre presents the Three Sisters, by Anton Chekov, directed by Walt Jones. Translated by Walt Jones and Dragan Klaić, Assistant Directed by Lakshita Nagesh, Set Designed by Tristan LeMaster, Costume Design by Abby Jordan, Hair/Makeup Design by Charlotte Nickell, Lighting Design by Shay Evans, Sound Design by Bernard Maxwell, and Stage Managed by Adam OConnell. September 29, 2017 Cast members Kelsey Richards, Isabella Huff, and Heather Salyer pictured.

Schedule & Tickets

Nightly at 7:30 pmMatinees at 2:00 pm
Cost: No charge/CSU students, $8/youth (under 18), $16/senior (62+), $18/adult

Organizer: Brennen Kaylor
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1400 Remington Street
Fort Collins, Colorado, 80524
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