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SOLD OUT: Jookender Special: Discounted Tickets to Uncle Vanya, June 20, 2017

No more tickets available.

Those who purchased them: Contact Sasha Grebenyuk via facebook, email jookender@gmail.com, or TEXT (not call) to 508.951.3944.  

Once Sasha received the tickets, they will be available for distribution. You may pick up from Sasha any time from Sherborn, Ashland, Framingham, Natick. Other towns - per request. Or, you may pick up 30 min prior to the show from Sasha

 

Jookender Special: Save at least 10% on Uncle Vanya's play on June 20, 2017 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=0MgXH7y3WxM 

Stage Director - Rimas Tuminas
Set design and costumes - Adomas Jacovskis
Composer - Faustas Latenas
Starring - Sergey MakovetskiyLiudmila Maksakova,Vladimir SimonovAnna Dubrovskaya,Eugenia Kregzhde and others.

"Mercurially brilliant import from Moscow's Vakhtangov theatre" - The Guardian (London)

"Dazzling production by Rimas Tuminas" - The Guardian (London)

After a sold-out run in London's West End, Russia’s legendary Vakhtangov State Academic Theater makes a triumphant return to New York City Center with its award-winning production of Anton Chekhov's UNCLE VANYA.

The production features a star-studded cast of Russia's most acclaimed actors:  Sergey Makovetskiy, Liudmila Maksakova and Vladimir Simonov. Director Rimas Tuminas injected his hallmark "tableaus of striking beauty and grace" (New York Times) into this fresh take on Chekhov's timeless classic, while remaining faithful to the long-standing Stanislavski theatrical tradition.

UNCLE VANYA is story of characters caught between tradition and transformation, personal isolation and communal action, the lure of love and the security of duty.  By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Chekhov’s masterpiece lays bare the characters’ passions, hopes and desires with warmth and poignancy. Chekhov’s work is set in 19th-century Russia but remains relevant and modern today as a deeply human story of dashed dreams, thwarted love and eternal longing.

The production is the winner of the Golden Mask award (equivalent of the Tony Awards), Crystal Turandot and the International Stanislavsky Theatre.

About Vakhtangov Theatre:
Founded by a legendary Russian theatrical director and Stanislavsky's scholar, Evgeny Vakhtangov, in 1921 and now led by one of the hottest European directors, Rimas Tuminas, legendary Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia is now Moscow's landmark, located in the very heart of the city, and rated as the best theaters in Russia by both critics and audience. Vakhtangov’s troupe, that includes numerous Russian star actors, always presents the most original and interesting repertoire, with most of its productions being sold-out months in advance. Learn more about the company at vakhtangov.ru

Running time: 3 hours with one intermission.
In Russian with English subtitles.

 

SOLD OUT: Jookender Special: Discounted Tickets to Uncle Vanya, June 20, 2017