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Theatre Wesleyan presents Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov, a one-act adaptation translated by Eugene K. Bristow.

Considered one of Chekhov’s masterpieces, Uncle Vanya’s scenes from country life follow intermingling lives surrounding a Russian country house. When a retired professor and his young wife visit the country estate managed by his daughter and her uncle, the visit causes long-held resentments and secret passions to surface.

The actors will wear masks during the performance.

Theatre Wesleyan presents Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov, a one-act adaptation translated by Eugene K. Bristow.

Considered one of Chekhov’s masterpieces, Uncle Vanya’s scenes from country life follow intermingling lives surrounding a Russian country house. When a retired professor and his young wife visit the country estate managed by his daughter and her uncle, the visit causes long-held resentments and secret passions to surface.

The actors will wear masks during the performance.

Theatre Wesleyan presents Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov, a one-act adaptation translated by Eugene K. Bristow.

Considered one of Chekhov’s masterpieces, Uncle Vanya’s scenes from country life follow intermingling lives surrounding a Russian country house. When a retired professor and his young wife visit the country estate managed by his daughter and her uncle, the visit causes long-held resentments and secret passions to surface.

The actors will wear masks during the performance.

WHEN

WHERE

Thad Smotherman Theatre
1205 Binkley St.
Fort Worth, TX 76105
https://txwes.edu/academics/artssciences/undergraduate-majors/theatre/box-office/

TICKET INFO

$5
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