In this contemporary retelling of Chekhov's "Three Sisters," four actresses and two musicians set out to compose their version of the drama. Note: this show will be performed in Portuguese with English Supertitles. More…
From the show:
Written among the vestiges of the original play, it explores the theme of the difficulty of resisting the erosion of life and dreams by the action of time. Revisiting the drama of the three Chekhovian sisters who dream of returning to Moscow, the lost paradise, without ever succeeding, we are faced with questions that resonate perfectly with today’s world.
See it if you’d like an engaging, almost contemplative (& simplified) update of a Chekhov classic, with lots of style & tasty music.
Don't see it if you’re hoping for “Three Sisters” done pretty straight.
See it if You want to see a beautifully acted play in Portuguese.
Don't see it if As this play is a bit dated. The staging was problematic at times When the actors blocked the Subtitles large screen.
See it if Portugués is so neurotic hear and it conveys so much in its sound which added flavor to the subtitles. The actors are beautifully expressive
Don't see it if If you have a difficult time Reading and watching action on stage you may not feel comfortable. Food and drink is shared
See it if You like inventive takes on classic theater (in this case, The Three Sisters) and appreciate creativity.
Don't see it if You like big productions or straight-forward presentations of classic plays.