Three Day Hangover presents a boozy, irreverent, and tragic take on Chekhov’s classic play "Uncle Vanya." More…
Staged in the recently opened Tolstoy’s Lounge on the upper level of Russian Samovar, this immersive production allows you to customize your experience by choosing your ticket "class." Dine like the imperial family at the Tsar's table where you'll enjoy a feast of fine foods, an open bar, and exclusive VIP seating. Join the aristocracy or bourgeoisie and see how the other half lives. Or save your rubles and hang with the working class and peasants by the bar.
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 think putting Uncle Vanya in a blender with Cards Against Humanity = a fun night out with friends. Audience participation encouraged.
Don't see it if you're in AA. Or need to be. The vodka flows freely, as does the Smirnoff's, the Michelob (no idea), etc. etc.
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 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 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 want to see another production from the creators of Drunk Shakespeare, this time with Leo Tolstoy's Unkle Vanya, one of the most boring
Don't see it if you don't like interactive theater.
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 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 Like clever, entertaining, immersive theater - with an improvisational twist, where the audience is "safe" in an intimate environment.
Don't see it if You only like Chekhov done "straight."
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 to experience chamber type entertainment infused with vodka, like to experience something offbeat and are of younger generation
Don't see it if you expect traditional play, dont like participatory performances, are not young at heart. open to new wacky encounter
See it if ..you like Cards Against Humanity ..you like drinking games ..you want to eat, drink and see a show at the same time
Don't see it if ..you want to see Chekhov ..don't like to be destructed by the music from the restaurant downstairs
See it if You like Chekhov and/or drinking. :)
Don't see it if You find Chekhov deadly boring, or don't want a small, immersive show w some 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 enjoy seeing fun interpretations of Russian classics with a side of vodka infusions.
Don't see it if You don't like interpretations of the classics. Or if you don't drink.
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 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 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 like immersive theater and drinking.
Don't see it if You don't like to be in the middle of the action during a show or can't/don't drink alcohol.
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