Uncle Vanya: Quarter Life Crisis

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Uncle Vanya: Quarter Life Crisis
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Goat in the Road Productions presents

An original adaptation of Anton Chekhov's classic play, with accompanying installation by Momma Tried*

- November 5 - 22, Thursday - Sunday, 8pm, as part of the Faux/Real Festival
- The Ether Dome (3625 St Claude Ave.)
- Tickets: $20

*Momma Tried's "Voynitsky Collection" will be open for viewing at 7pm on show nights.

"Uncle Vanya: Quarter Life Crisis" is an original work for the stage that smashes together one of Anton Chekhov’s most famous plays with the post-recession world of 2009, re-imagining Chekhov’s work to be about young people living, working, and struggling in Louisiana today.

"The Voynitsky Collection" is an installation by MOMMA TRIED (local interdisciplinary art project with a print-only publication at its center) composed of miniatures and objects, models and displays, will work in tandem with the play to encourage the audience to look at both the play, and the art that surrounds it, as the moments and minutia of the day-to-day that constitute life.

The show is adapted by director Chris Kaminstein and the cast, which features Leslie Boles Kraus, Brian Fabry-Dorsam, Shannon Flaherty, Darci Fulcher, Mack Guillory III, Dylan Hunter, Tenaj Jackson, and Matthew Thompson, with sound design by Kyle Sheehan, and set and light design by Joan Long. Photos by MOMMA TRIED.
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By: Goat in the Road Productions