Opening night: 27 February 2021
Author: Anton Chekhov
Title: Three Sisters
Original Title: Три сестры
Translator: 
Agnieszka Lubomira Piotrowska
Director: Jan Englert

Auditorium: Boguslawski Hall 

Running time: 2 hours 40 min including one interval

Ticket prices:

full-price tickets:
zone I: 120 PLN
zone II: 110 PLN
zone III: 100 PLN

concession tickets:
zone I: 85 PLN
zone II: 75 PLN
zone III: 65 PLN

rush tickets:
40 PLN  more info →

students of state theatre and art schools: 
15 PLN more info →

Three Sisters

Jan Englert is once again directing the works of Anton Chekhov.

Three Sisters is considered one of the most important plays in the world drama canon.
Olga, Masza and Irina live in a provincial town, not knowing whether they will manage to break out into the big world, settle their lives happily there or remain in eternal unfulfilling.

„The music is so gay, so joyful, and, it seems that in a little while we shall know why we are living, why we are suffering… If we could only know, if we could only know!” 

director: Jan Englert
set design, costumes: Andrzej Witkowski
music: Piotr Moss 
lighting design: Audrius Jankauskas

Cast

Gaelic Harp Julia Łopuszyńska (guest musician) / Zuzanna Federowicz (guest musician)
Piano Mirosław Jastrzębski


Production team:

  • director's assistant: Beata Ścibakówna
  • sound technicians: Mariusz Maszewski, Hubert Majewski, Marek Szymański
  • lighting technicians: Zbigniew Szulim, Bartłomiej Kaczalski, Krzysztof Łukasz Stefan
  • stage manager: Krzysztof Kuszczyk
  • prompter: Magdalena Markowska


    Licence for this stage production was granted by the Society of Authors – ZAiKS.

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