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Little Lake Theatre Co. luxuriates in the fun of Christopher Durang's 2013 Tony-winner Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike . The quirky if sometimes drawn-out comedy mixes Chekhovian atmosphere and references with Durangian irreverence and anger...It'
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike This play abounds in comic riffs on Chekhov, but it also taps the vein of human frailty in his work Reviewed by Robert Faires , Fri., June 20, 2014 The Chary Orchard: (l-r) Lauren Lane's Sonia, Jaston Williams'
Yet as soon as Blythe Danner, in the role of Broadway actress Anna Patterson, waltzes into her home with the news that an old friend a handsome TV star, as it happens will be staying for a few nights with members of her family who have gathered to
Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey has reprimanded an audience member guilty of leaving their mobile phone on during the opening night of his one-man show. The House Of Cards actor is currently starring in the legal drama Clarence Darrow to celebrate
Misery loves company, or at least encourages it, in Christopher Durangs Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. The 2013 Tony-winning comedy for best play now at B Street Theatre craftily mashes up plays and themes of the great Russian dramatist
We've had no shortage of interesting, inventive Chekhov plays staged in London in recent years, and so the company of Moscow's Mossovet State Academic Theatre have their work cut out to make these Russian-language productions feel vital. Better known
I am in the study of my house in Sussex, and the view through the window is of shrubbery, a tree, a glimpse of the South Downs, a bit of flint-and-brick wall, and a brightening sky (it's been raining)...It's taken me years to get round to it, and now
Dina Litovsky for The New York Times The actress and theater veteran Black-Eyed Susan performs beside her projected image as Sonya in Mallory Catlett's This Was the End at the Chocolate Factory. This Was the End, an experimental meditation on Chekhov'
One glittering exception would be Christopher Durang's Tony award-winning play, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike , which opened Sunday at the Mark Taper Forum. Somehow Durang has distilled the Chekhovian tropes of angst, jealousy, failure, and
18am Cate Blanchett at the New York Film Festival Gala Tribute Photo: AP Some movie stars fill seats in the theater and then can't deliver but Cate Blanchett does both. From Hedda Gabler to A Streetcar Named Desire to 2012's Uncle Vanya, her every