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This is a beautiful show and a rare opportunity to experience Chekhov as more than despair and frustrated whining. Djukic paints the human condition with a depth that is unique; sadness and joy, action and stillness, love and loss are blended in golden moments and performances that glow warmly against a dark canvas.



If you're interested, I'd recommend booking tickets in advance. The last two weekends might fill up quickly.

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"Best Chicago Production in 2009" Chicago Reader more
"Top 10 Productions of 2008." TimeOut Chicago Magazine more
"Striking. . . apt and arresting. . . fascinating." Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune (Critic’s Choice) - more
"Heartbreakingly genuine performances… timeless and universal." K. Vire, Timeout Chicago - more
"Hilarious and harrowing… at once heartbreaking and exhilarating." J. Hayford, Reader (Critic’s Choice) - more


A.P. Chekhov
UNCLE VANYA
Translated by Yasen Peyankov & Peter Christensen
Directed by Zeljko Djukic


Through July 26, 2009
Chopin Studio Theatre
1543 W. Division Street
Chicago, Illinois 60618


For tickets go to: http://www.tutato.com
For more info including reviews, photos, and video clips go to: http://www.tutato.com/production/uncle-vanya


For discounted tickets:
THURSDAYS AT 8pm and SUNDAYS at 3pm we offer $12 Industry/Student Tickets. Just show your H/R or student I.D. or business card at the door. Also, a limited number of HOT TIX half price tickets are available on-line at www.hottix.org


Cast includes:

Gary Houston (SEREBRYAKOV)
Stacie Beth Green (ELENA)
Jacqueline Stone (SONYA)
Christina Irwin (MARIA)
Trey Maclin (VANYA)
Andy Hager (ASTROV)
Christopher Popio (TELEGIN)
Joan Merlo (MARINA)

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