Hop in your Troika and join us at our country estate for an evening of two one-act comedies, in the style of 19th century Russian playwright Anton Chekhov.
Twenty-six actors divided into two casts navigate their way through unrequited love, imperialist complacency, the ceaseless transformation of despair into complex metaphors…and other Chekhovian preoccupations
Chek(hov) 1,2...runs from November 1- 3 in the Liu Cheung Theater. All shows begin at 7:00 p.m.
Admission is free, but be sure to reserve a seat to avoid disappointment. Tickets can be reserved at www.ticketsource.us/webbarts from October 28th at 8:00 pm.
Booking a ticket guarantees you a seat in the theater, but not a location. All shows have open seating. You do not need to print your ticket(s).
If you need assistance booking your tickets or have any questions, please direct them to Ms. Plumley or Mr. Valdez. 909-447-7075 or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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