The Heights Players presents Christopher Durang's Tony-winning comic riff on the plays of Anton Chekhov and his enduring themes of heartbreak and hope. More…
Set in modern-day Bucks County, PA, middle-aged siblings Vanya and Sonia idle away their lives in their quaint family country home amid regret, angst, and the distressing prophecies of an eccentric housecleaner. Enter their sister Masha, a self-absorbed movie star with her prized boy toy Spike, who sparks a friendship with Nina, the beautiful girl next door. With the imposing doom of Masha threatening to sell the house, the stage is set for hilarity.
See it if You want to enjoy an entertaining comedy and support an outstanding community theater group.
Don't see it if You are unwilling to come to Brooklyn to see a wonderful show; the theater is located in Brooklyn Heights which is serviced by most subways.
See it if You're okay with quite a bit of cursing and some sexual themes. Also if you enjoy Khafka.
Don't see it if You want to bring your children. It's pretty risqué.
See it if Zany comedy, one of Christopher Durang's best. Great casting, great acting - both funny and poignant
Don't see it if If you can't stand people talking about "how things used to be."