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Three Sisters

May 9th - October 3rdTom Patterson TheatreTicket Info
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Stratford's 'Three Sisters' frames...

Another in a series of great reviews. “”Three Sisters” is a classic piece of ensemble theater, and director Martha Henry’s stellar cast taps the play for every ounce of folly, delusion and destruction.”

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At the top of my list

“An exquisite production in every way… It’s a gem of a production.” Lynn publishes the Slotkin Letter and reports for CBC Radio in Toronto. Click “radio reviews” or “picks and pans” on her website for more.

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Three Three Sisters, three dreams,...

Coulbourn raves: “Under Henry’s careful and considered direction, this is a production that celebrates the kind of theatricality in Chekhov that too many lesser directors try to excise. It’s a production to treasure.”

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A sister act that's hard to beat

“While many directors will leaven the play’s existential ache with humour, Henry lightens hers by celebrating sisterhood.”

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Sisters doing it for, and to, themselves

“There have been other productions of Three Sisters that I’ve hugely admired, but none that has involved me as deeply with the characters as this one. It’s one of the great evenings in the Canadian theatre. And I expect it will get richer.”

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Profound drama

“What makes Three Sisters so profound is Chekhov’s tender, yet unflinching, portrait of palpably unhappy lives that hunger for meaning and purpose without repast.”

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One sister makes up for the rest

“Acting of this superb intensity doesn’t come along very often.”

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