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for a previous production "Whether you are a theater enthusiast, wholly familiar with Chekhov's plays, or encountering his work for the first time, you will enjoy a night with ‘Drunkle Vanya'…A great deal of credit must be given to the cast of 'Drunkle Vanya' as they strike the right tenor between fine performances of Chekhov's prose while effectively satirizing some of the plot's elements…Even with humorous interludes Chekhov's drama is wholly intact, a powerful human experience." Full Review
for a previous production "Enthusiasts should know that this not your average Chekhov. But when you get hints of the original scattered throughout the dialogue, it makes the evening worthwhile...The young company of six took the Chekhov family and brought high energy and hilarity to the usually heavy drama…Three Day Hangover did the unthinkable and made Chekhov bearable and cool. The incorporation of every adult's favorite dirty game was a clever idea that kept the audience engaged." Full Review
for a previous production "Three Day Hangover knocks it out of the park (or bar) once again with 'Drunkle Vanya.' Family dramas are one of my favorites, and 'Vanya' certainly delivers…The best part of ‘Drunkle Vanya,’ as with many Three Day Hangover productions, is the actual play itself. Lori Wolter Hudson does an impeccable job of adapting 'Vanya' while also maintaining the dramatic heart of the piece. Her direction is just as strong, as the actors create interesting and varied pictures." Full Review
See it if You enjoy non-traditional takes on the classics. You want a fun night out. You enjoy immersive staging.
Don't see it if You want to see a traditional version of Uncle Vanya. You hate drinking games. You don't like immersive productions.
See it if you are familiar with Uncle Vanya and want to see a fresh take on the material; you enjoy raunchy humor
Don't see it if you only enjoy standard, linear works; you cannot stand audience participation
See it if you like interactive theater or you were a huge fan of Drunk Shakespeare and want something similar.
Don't see it if there's anything you didn't like about Drunk Shakespeare. To me, this is just a less successful version of that.
See it if You like very modernized versions of old classics, complete with modern references, and in this case, a little cards against humanity!
Don't see it if You don't like audience participation, rowdy/ boisterous theater, theater in the round with the actors right in front/ walking right by you.
See it if you want a unique experience full of profanity, booze, ample interaction, and the required chugging of cheap white-girl drinks.
Don't see it if you don't approve of alcohol, don't like parties, don't like fun, are determined that Chekhov must be stuffy, or are a boring individual.
See it if you like to eat and drink while being entertained. Being part of the show in an intimate setting.
Don't see it if you want to just sit and watch and not interact.
See it if you enjoy Chekhov plays and Russian melodrama generally, parodies, drinking alcohol or humor about drinking even if you don't drink alcohol
Don't see it if you are offended or displeased by modern parody of a Russian classic, raunchy actions or jokes, or audience drinking participation and games
See it if You're a Chekhov fan, or if you love to participate in the show! It's a delightful night of booze, Vanya and Cards Against Humanity.
Don't see it if You don't drink, or if you've find base humor offensive. It's not for the faint of heart, but it's a wonderful show, skillfully performed.
See it if Looking for a fun night, while not so concerned with the quality of the show itself. Or if you're a fan of Drunk Shakespeare.
Don't see it if You're looking for classic Chekhov or don't like interacting with a show.
See it if you're a fan of Drunk Shakespeare; you find Chekhov valuable, but overserious and rather interesting; you want vodka with your bleak plays.
Don't see it if You don't like cursing and drinking, or if you're looking for a straight translation of Chekhov.
See it if Enjoy Russian vodka, bar scenes, theater All wrapped up in a lounge.Story line was OK but atmosphere, being part of the show was pure fun.
Don't see it if You're expecting typical theater.this is cozy lounge with comfy seating, drinks, food with actors at your feet.Interactive
See it if you are familiar with Chekhov and want to eat good food with drink in a casual setting
Don't see it if you are looking for traditional theater and dislike audience participation
See it if You like Cards Against Humanity, modern parodies of classic plays and chanting while ppl drink. This was so much fun. I want to go again.
Don't see it if You don't like frivolity, audience participation, raucous laughter or reckless drinking. Good times, folks.
See it if You just want to get together with friends and have some drinks and not care about any performance.
Don't see it if You intend on seeing something of a play other than just people running around and drinking.
See it if You like famiky games, even if disfunctional. Enjoy meeting new people. Can relax and just gon with the flow for 90 minutes. Drink.
Don't see it if Hate people. Don't like to laugh. Don't like games. Can't have fun for 90 minutes. Don't appreciate good Off Bway acting. Don't toast!
See it if You're looking for a fun night with booze and a play. A loose adaptation and a "cards against humanity" type of humor does it for you.
Don't see it if You're looking for a serious adaptation of the play. You can't stand raunchy humor, and you don't think theater belongs in a bar.
See it if You like to drink or eat Russian food or if you love playing cards against humanity
Don't see it if You want to avoid 2 item / $15 min venues or if you prefer a traditional show ...