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THREE SISTERS

 

by A.P. Cehov
stage adaptation by Răzvan Mureșan, based on the translations of the play by Elisabeta Pop and Raluca Rădulescu


director: Răzvan Mureșan
set and costumes design: Ilona Alyamani Lőrincz
choreographic inserts: Enikő Györgyjakab
assistant director: Anda Drăgan
lighting design: Jenel Moldovan, Mădălina Mânzat


Cast:
Olga: Irina Wintze
Masha: Sânziana Tarța
Irina: Alexandra Tarce / Diana Buluga
Andrei: Matei Rotaru
Natalya Ivanovna: Anca Hanu
Kulygin: Cristian Grosu
Vershinin: Cosmin Stănilă
Tuzenbakh: Miron Maxim
Soliony: Adrian Cucu
Chebutykin: Radu Lărgeanu
Fedotik: Radu Dogaru
Rode: Ruslan Bârlea
Vershinin's wife: Diana Buluga / Alexandra Tarce
Ferapont: Petre Băcioiu
Anfisa: Adriana Băilescu


stage manager: Doru Bodrea
lighting technician: Alexandru Corpodean, Ionuț Maier
sound technician: Marius Rusu
sufleor: Ana Maria Moldovan


120 years after its Moscow premiere, Chekhov's Three Sisters is now for the first time staged at the National Theatre in Cluj-Napoca. The three sisters, daughters of a once-prominent general, Olga, Masha and Irina dream a dream of unattainable happiness, eternally projecting and postponing their desire of leaving the provincial town they live in and going back to the capital of Russia, their place of birth. If in the 19th century limitations were mostly geographical, technological, and social, not only psychological, nowadays the impossibility of personal fulfillment is heavily marked by psychological blocks. These are, however, essentially humane, and a constant presence in the history of humanity. What is preventing us from acknowledging happiness today? What dampens our spirits and diminishes our courage to leave behind the wrong choices and change for the best, optimistically moving forward? These are all open questions encircling Chekhov's characters, just like the walls of the vivarium which encloses them on stage.
 

 

 


Opening date: Friday, September 24 2021

Next performance
Thursday, June 2 2022, at 19:00
Main stage
14+
2h 40 min.