Anton Chekov's Three Sisters at BAM Brooklyn April 18 to 28

From a release:

Three Sisters
Part of the 2012 Winter/Spring Season at BAM in Brooklyn

Apr 18—21 & 24—28, 2012 at 7:30pm
Apr 22, 2012 at 3pm

By Anton Chekhov
Directed by Lev Dodin
Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg, Russia

In Russian with English titles

Brooklyn, New York - “Dodin has created a miracle. Maly Drama’s company bubbles with the life, the thoughts, the art of Chekhov’s universe.” —Novaya Gazeta (Russia)

Last at BAM with the revelatory sold-out production of Uncle Vanya (2010 Spring Season), Maly Drama Theatre returns with Three Sisters, Chekhov’s great, tragicomic story of women contending with disillusioned life in a small Russian town. Lev Dodin directs this luminous, complex play with rich insight into Chekhov’s eloquent understanding of resignation, longing, and love.

The legendary Maly Drama Theatre began against all odds in war-ravaged Leningrad in 1944, performing in relative obscurity until the mid-70s, when current artistic director Dodin and other well-known artists joined the company. Maly Drama grew, in breadth and ambition, to become an internationally acclaimed, multi-award-winning theater famous for challenging theatrical boundaries with Dodin’s thrillingly imaginative productions and accomplished ensemble of actors.

Three Sisters
BAM Harvey Theater
Run time: 3hrs 25min with intermission

Design by Alexander Borovsky
Three Sisters performances at BAM are supported by the Ministry for Culture of the Russian Federation