Three Sisters

UPDATE: This production has been indefinitely postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

New York Theatre Workshop concludes its 2019-2020 Off-Broadway season with a new production of Chekhov's Three Sisters, directed by Tony Award winner Sam Gold and starring Academy Award nominee Greta Gerwig and Golden Globe winner Oscar Isaac.

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About Three Sisters:

NYTW Usual Suspect and Tony Award winner Sam Gold revisits Chekhov following his acclaimed 2012 production of Uncle Vanya that was heralded as “luminous” and "the most intimate and engaging exploration of Chekhov's bleak comedy.” This production of Three Sisters reunites Gold with two previous collaborators: The Village Bike’s Greta Gerwig and Hamlet’s Oscar Isaac.

By:
Anton Chekhov, adapted by Clare Barron
Producer:
New York Theatre Workshop
Director:
Sam Gold
Lighting:
Jane Cox
Sound:
Mikaal Sulaiman
Design:
Andrew Lieberman & Brett J. Banakis
Costume:
Clint Ramos
Cast list:
Greta Gerwig (as Masha) and Oscar Isaac (as Vershinin), alongside Quincy Tyler Bernstine (as Olga), Steve Buscemi (as Chebutykin), Emily Davis (as Natasha), Michael Benjamin Hernandez (as Fedotik), John Christopher Jones (as Ferapont), Lola Kirke (as Irina), Anthony Michael Lopez (as Rohde), Matthew Maher (as Tusenbach), Chris Messina (as Solyony), Aaron Clifton Moten (as Andrei), Ben Sinclair (as Kulygin), and Virginia Wing (as Anfisa)
Other info:
Music Direction by Michelle DiBucci

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New York Theatre Workshop concludes its 2019-2020 season
April 20, 2020

New York Theatre Workshop has now confirmed that due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, it will not return to its scheduled programming in the 2019-2020 season. NYTW Artistic Director James C. Nicola and Managing Director Jeremy Blocker commented: “We are heartbroken to have to end our season prematurely. These productions and residencies along with readings and workshops we were meant to be producing represent important collaborations with theater-makers we deeply value. We look forward to being back in a room with them, and with our audiences, when it is safe for us to do so.”