See it if Vicious satire of Chekhov that I liked better than the original play. I see your misery & raise you 10! Terrific acting & comic timing.
Don't see it if You won’t enjoy an irreverent over-the-top take-off that has no subtlety. E.g. a fed up Irina: “What do I have, a golden pussy?”
See it if You’ve ever seen a bad production of Three Sisters & would like to see it turned on its head, enjoy literary humor, general zaniness
Don't see it if You believe Chekhov is sacrosanct, hate absurdist comedy, not a fan of cross-dressing, want serious meaning in your plays
See it if you enjoy irreverent theatre; creative takes on classic works; or a mashup of modern, American language with a historic and foreign setting.
Don't see it if you’re a Chekhov purist.
See it if you are a Halley Feiffer fan. Also, if you appreciate the work the actors are giving; extremely slim material.
Don't see it if you want to see a poor adaptation of Chekhov. If you want to see a good adaptation of Chekhov, see "Life Sucks". Read more
See it if you like Chekhov's 3 Sisters.This take off on it is as funny as it can be. Staging is fast paced and hilarious.It is laugh out loud funny
Don't see it if you are a purist and think Chekhov should not be mocked.This Bedlam-like show is delightful. Only flaw: it's about 10-15 minutes too long.
See it if Chekhov in Millennial speak. Some love to do things they don't really like and b*ch about it with fellow complainers. Can joy be found?
Don't see it if Chekhov, self-loathing, absurdist humor don't tickle your fancy. Production slightly rough around the edges. Read more
See it if A new adaptation of The Three Sisters. Very funny. Well done. Fast-paced. Kept my interest all the way through.
Don't see it if If you're not a Chekhov fan, you might not enjoy this as much. You won't get all of the jokes. But they're still funny.
See it if You like Halley Pfeiffer and her uber witty writing. Are in the mood for an amped stand-up of Chekov. See good actors having a great time.
Don't see it if You are a Chekov purist. Are an uptight traditionalist. Read more
"Review: Chekhov’s ‘Three Sisters,’ Now with Upspeak and Emojis. Halley Feiffer’s 'Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow' turns the master’s refined Russians into 'Mean Girls.'"
★★★★ "Three sisters bitch, bitch, bitch in Halley Feiffer’s cheeky Chekhov update."
"Moscow Moscow Is All Like, LOL, Whatevs, Chekhov."
"A Millennial Reboot of Chekhov, and 'Moulin Rouge!' on Broadway. Halley Feiffer translates 'Three Sisters' into Internet-speak, and Baz Luhrmann’s glitzy movie comes into its own onstage."
"Playwright Halley Feiffer adapts Chekhov's 1901 classic 'Three Sisters' in this raucously profane comic riff, originally seen at the Williamstown Theatre Festival."
"Despite looking as if it emerged from rehearsal games, Halley Feiffer’s farcical adaptation of Chekhov’s 'Three Sisters' is clever -- and fun."
"Looking for Elusive Dreams in 'Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow.' Halley Feiffer's adaptation of Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters allows us to laugh at our own tragedies in its New York premiere with MCC."
"Halley Feiffer Translates Chekhov into Millennial in MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW MOSCOW."