Three Sisters

Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov  20th -22nd February 1997

Drama. The story of three sisters, cultured and educated, but nobody appreciates their talents in the provincial town where their father, the general, brought them eleven years earlier. The sisters hate their provincial life and dream about returning to Moscow some day.

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Olga : Diana Evans

Masha : Claire Fleming

Irina : Elinor Compton

Andrei Prozorov : Roger Stubbs

Natasha : Georgette Vale

Fyodor Kulygin : Jon Newham

Baron Nikolai Tuzenbakh : Douglas Harding

Lt Colonel Aleksandr Vershinin : Roger Newman-Turner

Capt. Vasily Soliony : Barry West

Ivan Chebutykin : John Moules

Anfisa : Joyce Elson

Ferapont : Ray Bromelow

Maid : Kath Haverson


Director : Roger Newman-Turner

Assistant Director : Joyce Elson

Stage Manager : Wendy Roskilly and William Heaton

Lighting : Peter Fleming

Sound : Peter Fleming

Prompt : Rita Prodger

Costumes : Ruth Ferguson

Properties : Margaret Bachini

Set Design : Noel Ripley

Set construction : David Fyfe, Michael Inskeep , John Elson, William Heaton, Robert Evans

Backcloth painter : Bill Gulliver