The Neighborhood is pleased to present Anton Chekhov’s 3 Sisters, directed by Kadin Graeme McGreevy, playing May 30 – June 15, 2019 in The Rummage Room of The Ravenswood Fellowship Church, 4511 N Hermitage Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at www.theneighborhoodtheatrechicago.com.
3 SISTERS will feature Maiya Corral, Park Williams, Millie Rose, Gloria Imseih Petrelli, Micheal Angelo Smith, Bradley Lorio, Dan Poppen, Sarah Wisterman, Colin Morgan, Danny Turek, Jenn Geiger, Anna Klos, Lo Miles & live music from Mr. & Mrs. Prozorovs’ Undead Circus Band led by Tyler Iiams.
3 Sisters by Anton Chekhov & Maiya Corral is a four-year-long birthday party/wedding/funeral through atmospheres of quiet love, impending doom and war, songs of home just out of reach... and balloons. This particular adaptation gets curious about Chekhov’s age-old themes and The Neighborhood’s cast of over 25 storytellers brings the entire Prozorov House to a haunted Rummage Room to explore desire, choice, circumstance, grief & happiness.
Title: 3 Sisters
Playwrights: Anton Chekhov & Maiya Corral
Director: Kadin McGreevy
Cast: Maiya Corral (Masha), Park Williams (Irina), Millie Rose (Olya), Gloria Imseih Petrelli (Natasha), Micheal Angelo Smith (Tuzenbach), Bradley Lorio (Andrey), Dan Poppen (Vershinin), Sarah Wisterman (Solyony), Colin Morgan (Chebutykin), Danny Turek (Kulygin), Jenn Geiger (Fedotik), Anna Klos (Ferapont), & Lo Miles (Anfisa).
Location: The Rummage Room of The Ravenswood Fellowship Church, 4511 N Hermitage Ave. in Chicago
Dates: May 30 – June 1st, 3rd, 6 – 8, 10th, 13 – 15 at 7:30pm
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at www.theneighborhoodtheatrechicago.com or at the door.
About the Creative Team:
Kadin McGreevy (Director) is is a storyteller and artist from Idaho. He was the playwright and director of The Neighborhood’s inaugural show, Good Night, Fred Rogers. Kadin is a two-time Kennedy Center award-winning director; and a 2015 SDC National Directing Fellow. His most recent credits include his direction of a 10-minute play National Award finalist for Millenium Stage at the Kennedy Center, accordion player in The Neighborhood’s Moon Plays, and Narrator in Christopher Chen’s The Late Wedding. He received his BFA from the University of Idaho and studied at the Moscow Art Theatre.
Maiya Corral (Masha/Playwright) is a theatre artist hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area. Her work has been both regionally and nationally recognized for Outstanding Production of a Play and Outstanding Production of a Devised or Company-Generated Work by The Kennedy Center. Most recently, she led The Neighborhood’s production of Moon Plays, and originated the role of Daniel Striped Tiger in The Neighborhood’s Good Night, Fred Rogers. She received her Associate of the Arts from Diablo Valley College in Northern California and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Idaho.
Tyler Iiams (Leader of the Undead Circus Band) is an award-winning actor and composer working in Chicago. He was awarded Outstanding Achievement in Composition from The Kennedy Center for his work on Medea: Her Story and Outstanding Performance by an Actor for his performance in Pillowman.
Most recently he was seen in The Neighborhood’s Ivanov! as Misha Borkin. In addition to his work with The Neighborhood, he is a company member with Barrel of Monkeys.
Micheal Angelo Smith (Tuzenbach) is currently a Blue Man with The Blue Man Group Chicago. His additional Chicago credits include As You Like It (First Folio Theatre), Titus Andronicus (The Backroom Shakespeare Project), Fable-ous (Lifeline Theatre), and Ivanov and Uncle Vanya (One Year Chekhov). Micheal originated the role of X the Owl in The Neighborhood’s production of Good Night, Fred Rogers.
Gloria Imseih Petrelli (Natasha) is a Chicago-born actor, writer, and organizer. Most recently, her credits include Moon Plays with The Neighborhood Theatre and I CALL MY BROTHERS with Interrobang Theatre Project. Catch her next in KISS at Haven Theatre.
About The Neighbors:
The Neighborhood is a non-profit theatre company interested in sharing stories about the shakey parts of our hearts with magic, healing, and sometimes some cool lamps.
For additional information on The Neighborhood, visit theneighborhoodtheatrechicago.com.