Two River Theater introduced Monday afternoon that it canceled its upcoming manufacturing of Chekhov’s “Three Sisters” because of COVID-19.
The present had been scheduled to run on the Purple Financial institution theater from Jan. 15 to Feb. 6.
“Because of the present surge in COVID-19 instances, and within the curiosity of the protection of our patrons, employees and artists, we have now made the tough determination to cancel our upcoming manufacturing of ‘Three Sisters,'” the theater posted on its web site.
Two River says it hopes to supply the present as a part of its 2022/23 season.
“Three Sisters” featured a new translation by Two River’s playwright-in-residence, Pulitzer Prize finalist Madeleine George. It is a play about “massive souls trapped in tiny packing containers.” The manufacturing tells the story of Olga, Masha and Irina, who dream of futures within the wake of their father’s demise and a altering Russia on the flip of twentieth century.
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Ticketholders will probably be contacted by the Two River field workplace this week by cellphone and e-mail to debate their choices.
Up subsequent on the schedule for Two River is the world premiere of “The Hombres” by Tony Meneses (Two River’s “The Ladies of Padilla,” “Guadalupe within the Visitor Room”), presently set for March 12 to April 10.
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