This is a psychologically masterful play about the death of love and hope, the illusory nature of human happiness.
True admirers of A. Chekhov’s art, who subtly feel the atmosphere of his works and are familiar firsthand with his characters, will feel especially at home with “Uncle Vanya”. He is one of the few today who preserved the primordial essence of the world of drama, created by the author according to the laws of immortality, whose name is love.
Performance language - Russian
2 hours 30 minutes with intermission
Genre - Scenes from a country life
First night - 10 January 2003
Author - A. Chekhov
Director - Vitaly Malakhov
Set Designer - Anton Lobanov (using the scenery of Daniil Lider)
Music - Vladimir Borisov
Romance - by Alexander Klauning