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The Three Sisters   

This production played in repertory with The Beggar's Opera, Measure for Measure, Scapin, Next Time I'll Sing to You

Billy Rose Theatre, (12/19/1973 - 1/11/1974)
First Preview: Dec 18, 1973 Total Previews: 2
Opening Date: Dec 19, 1973    
Closing Date: Jan 11, 1974 Total Performances: 7

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Comments: Performances Schedule: December 18th - evening, 19th - matinee and evening (opening), 20th - evening, 1973; January 8th - matinee, 9th - matinee, 10th - evening, 11th - evening, 1974.

Production Staff
Produced by City Center Acting Company (John Houseman, Artistic Director; Margot Harley, Producing Director; Porter Van Zandt, Executive Director), John Houseman and Margot Harley
Written by Anton Chekhov; Translated by Tyrone Guthrie and Leonid Kipnis; Musical Director: Gerald Shaw
Directed by Boris Tumarin; Dances arranged by Elizabeth Keen
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Costume Design by John David Ridge; Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein
Stage Manager: Peter B. Mumford
Press Representative: Sol Jacobson and Lewis Harmon
Nita Angeletti
Member of the Prozorov Household
Gisela Caldwell
the nanny
Leah Chandler
a Maid
Joel Colodner
Member of the Prozorov Household
Peter Dvorsky
Courier for the City Council
Benjamin Hendrickson
Andrey Prozorov
Cynthia Herman
Kevin Kline
Lt. Colonel, Battery Commander
Patti LuPone
Andrei's sister
John Michalski
Member of the Prozorov Household
Mary-Joan Negro
Andrei's sister
Richard Ooms
Member of the Prozorov Household
Mary Lou Rosato
Andrei's sister
Jared Sakren
Second Lieutenant
David Schramm
Army doctor
Gerald Shaw
Second Lieutenant
Norman Snow
Baron Tuzenbach
David Ogden Stiers
Masha's husband
Sam Tsoutsouvas
Understudies: Nita Angeletti (Dounyasha, Masha, Olga), Leah Chandler (Anfisa, Irina, Natasha), Joel Colodner (Solyony), Peter Dvorsky (Baron Tuzenbach), John Michalski (Fedotik, Rode), Richard Ooms (Chebutykin, Kulygin, Vershinin), Jared Sakren (Ferapont) and Sam Tsoutsouvas (Andrey Prozorov)