There were three sisters (Neid oli kolm õde) 11
Based on Anton Chekhov’s play Three Sisters
Oh, am I glad! There are three of them, sisters. I remember, three girls. I don’t remember the faces anymore, but your father, the Colonel Prozorov, had three little girls, that I remember very well, I saw you with my own eyes. How time flies! / Vershinin
You don’t get married out of love but to do your duty. At least that’s what I think, I for one would get married without love. No matter who the suitor was, I’d accept, as long as he was a decent person. I’d even marry an old man….. / Olga
I love, I love….. I love that man….. You saw him just now…. / Masha
When I awoke today, got up and washed, I was suddenly gripped by the moment of clarity about everything in the world and I know how to live. / Irina
A Chekhov character is a person with both the good and bad.
Life offers opportunities to choose between action and omission. Between feeling and numbness.
Between fullness and emptiness.
Which path will each character choose in this timeless work?
That is what interests us!
Premieres 1 February 2020 in the Small Building of the Vanemuine
Does the Moscow of dreams, where the soul longs to go, exist at all?
Writers Helena Merzin, Marika Aidla
Director-choreographer Marika Aidla
Dramaturge Helena Merzin
Designer Maarja Meeru
Costume designer Gerly Tinn
Musical design Ele Sonn, Marika Aidla
Video designer Janek Savolainen
Lighting designer Imbi Mälk
Cast Maria Engel, Tarasina Masi, Raminta Rudžionyte-Jordan, Laura Quin, Hayley Blackburn, Yukiko Yanagi, Silas Stubbs, Walt Isaacson, Georgia Hyrkäs, Arianna Marchiori, Janek Savolainen, YooHo Lee, Gus Upchurch, Alain Divoix, Alex Drew, Matthew Jordan, Benjamin Kyprianos, Endro Roosimäe et al.
Tue 17.03.2020 · 19:00 Buy ticket
- Viljandi Ugala Theatre