ith existentialism one of the cruxes of the story, this Three Sisters is a bleak echo of present day narcissism and hopelessness. Phil Willmott’s staging of a new, pared back translation doesn’t stagnate, though. Combined with a strong cast, this is production uncannily suits our times.
The Phil Willmott company returns to the Union Theatre with a new annual residency of three productions, opening in January with the UK premiere of Tracy Letts’ new version of Chekhov’s Three Sisters.
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