The main stage of the Theater presents Uncle Vanya in an unusual interpretation of Chekhov's classic play, which is rather close to spectators’ traditional and familiar aesthetics.
“Uncle Vanya” directed by Vladimir Tumanov is the story of a little world, whose inhabitants are obsessed with their own fixed idea, own passion and own demons. It seems that the characters of the play just do not have enough air or space for living, that they are torn between enclosed space that makes their own feelings look excessive and strained.
And those who watch their torments as outsiders, consider everything that happens on the stage to be ridiculous and somewhat absurd, but nonetheless touching and true.
Running time 2 h. 45 min.
- Set Designer - Elena Dmitrakova
- Director - Vladimir Tumanov
- Costume Designer - Stephaniya Graurogkaite