Urges readers to see ‘Three Sisters’
To the Editor:
I highly recommend the play “Three Sisters” being presented by the Hungry Theatre Company. I haven’t seen it, as it opens tomorrow, but their production “The Heart of Dogland” was so good that I have great confidence that this will be also. “The Heart of Dogland” explored the subject of compassion and was an all-new work created by Hungry River. They explored the topic from many perspectives, and sources for the play included world-renowned philosophers, authors and psychologists, as well as the children’s book “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein.
The play was extremely enjoyable and interesting, as well as very thought-provoking. Sets and costumes were minimal but very creative and highlighted the essence of what the actors were portraying.
Afterward, the cast pulled some chairs into a circle and sat among the audience members who wished to participate. Questions were asked and answered, and a discussion was held about the ideas presented in the play, the views of the audience as well as the cast.
I absolutely loved the play and discussion and highly recommend “Three Sisters” as well. I just know it will be great!
Editor’s note: See also the “Three Sisters” review on p. 7. Hungry River’s “Three Sisters” performance dates are Nov. 1-17, evenings at 7 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Matinees will be at 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Tickets at $10 each are available at Red Rock Books, online and at the door. Talkbacks and refreshments will be available after every show. For more information see Hungry River Theatre’s website at www.hungryriver.org/Story First Published: 2012-11-07