7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
1st August, 2012
By Anton Chekhov
Three Sisters translated by Nicholas Wright
Swan Song is a new adaptation by Mark Wheatley
Director: Ben Naylor
Performed by MA Acting > Classical students
Oh yes, we’ll all be quite forgotten. It’s our fate, there’s nothing we can do about it. And all those things which matter to us, which seem so memorable, noble and fine … they’ll be forgotten as well. The interesting thing is that we don’t know what the future will think is noble and fine, and what it will think is not worth bothering about.
Chekhov’s masterpiece Three Sisters is performed with his infrequently produced theatrical vaudeville, Swan Song.
For more information please visit the Central School of Speech & Drama website.
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