Three Days in the Country

July 5 – August 26, 2018

Written by: Patrick Marber, A Version of Turgenev’s A Month in the Country
Directed by: Andrew Paul

A fresh, breezy update by Patrick Marber of Turgenev’s classic comedy A Month in the Country, this is a tale of unrequited passion, unfolding over the course of three days in the sunny Russian countryside. Full of wit, folly and heart, men and women, both young and old, learn the tender and ridiculous lessons of love.

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RUN TIME

Two Hours and 30 minutes, including one 10-minute intermission

ADVISORY

Recommended for Ages 16+

CAST

NATALYA: Anna Khaja*, Nike Doukas*
RAKITIN: Corey Brill*, Leo Marks*
ARKADY: Daniel Blinkoff*, Antonio Jaramillo*
VERA: Chelsea Kurtz*, Jeanne Syquia*
BELYAEV: Peter Mendoza*, Adam Haas Hunter*
SHPIGELSKY: Harry Groener*, Armin Shimerman*
LIZAVETA: Dawn Didawick*, Lily Knight*
BOLSHINTSOV: Alberto Isaac*, Gregory Itzin*
SCHAAF: Patrick Wenk-Wolff*, Marcelo Tubert*
ANNA: Reba Waters Thomas*, Lorna Raver*
KOLYA: Marcello Silva, Elijah Justice
MATVEY: John Bobek*, Jay Lee
KATYA: Ellis Greer*, Lila Dupree

*member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. This production is presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Los Angeles Membership Company Rule

Production Team

Scenic Designer: Se Hyun Oh
Lighting Designer: Jared A. Sayeg**
Props Designer: Erin Walley
Costume Designer: A. Jeffrey Schoenberg
Sound Designer: Chris Moscatiello
Production Stage Manager: Lili Koehler

“CRITIC’S CHOICE… WITTY AND TIMELY… well paced ensemble work and charming solo turns” — Los Angeles Times

“BITING COMEDY… A perfect setup for Antaeus: a classic with a big cast that no one else can really tackle competently… worth the trip to Glendale!” – KCRW 89.9 FM

“SHARP-WITTED DIALOGUE AND OVERALL CHEMISTRY… the type of play that reminds you why coming out to the theater gives you an experience you can’t get anywhere else. — Living Out Loud

“TERRIFIC… a production of many triumphs” — Stage and Cinema

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