June 23, 2017
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Directed By Eric Ewan
June 23 – July 1, 2017
The winner of the 2013 Tony award for best play is a comedy you won’t want to miss! Christopher Durang has assembled a trio of siblings whose professor parents named them after characters in the Chekov plays that they loved. This middle aged trio is full of resentments and regrets that lead to hilarious confrontations but ultimately reconciliations and hope for their futures. Oh, and Spike? Well he is the latest in a line of boy toys and actor wannabes, Masha, a movie star is dating as she struggles to defy the inevitable, growing older. Add to the mix a wide-eyed young woman enamored by all of them and a housekeeper with “psychic” abilities, who holds nothing back in her assessment of their craziness and the ingredients for a zany comedy are in place! The playwright says he used Chekov as a “jumping off point” and that audiences don’t have to be a student of Chekhov to enjoy this play or see themselves in the characters and will laugh along with Chekhov fans just as much. So take a chance and join us for a fun filled evening at the tent!
Tickets are $17/adults, $14/students (through high school with ID) HERE