|Date:||March 01, 2014|
|Time:||07:30 PM - 09:30 PM|
Originally produced in 1899, this classic play tells the story of the Voynitsky family living on a countryside estate and dealing with major political and social upheavals in Russia around the turn of the 20th century. Grothe's adaptation moves the action to Louisiana and examines the incredible cultural dichotomy of the region.
Filled with humor, hope and loss, Uncle Vanya has been translated and adapted thousands of times since its premiere and is widely considered one of the greatest plays of modern theatre.
Pictured: Chaz Romero as Astrov and Natalie Sell as Helen. Photo by Lauren Van Gerven.
Read the Lamar University Press article: LU theatre, dance to present Uncle Vanya
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Department of Theatre & Dance