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Uncle Vanya

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Vivian Beaumont Theater
150 West 65th Street
Between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
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First Preview Date: Apr 02, 2024
Opening Date: Apr 24, 2024
Closing Date: Jun 16, 2024

Sonya and her uncle Vanya have devoted their lives to managing the family farm in isolation, but when her celebrated, ailing father and his charismatic wife move in, their lives are upended. In the heat of the summer, the wrong people fall in love, desires and resentments erupt, and the family is forced to reckon with the ghosts of their unlived lives. Heidi Schreck creates a strikingly immediate new translation of Anton Chekhov's enduring masterpiece in this Lincoln Center Theater production.

Ticket Info & SCHEDULE

Ticket Info

Tickets may also be purchased in person at the box office. See Theatre Details for location and hours.

Additional Fees

Tickets purchased online and by phone are subject to a per-ticket service charge and a per order handling fee. Handling fees vary by how your tickets are delivered. Facility fees, where applicable, are included in the ticket price. Note: You can avoid on-line and telephone fees by purchasing your tickets in person at the show's box office.

Theatre Accessibility

TheatreAccess.NYC provides assistance to theatregoers with disabilities. Those who are hard of hearing or deaf, have low vision or are blind, who cannot climb stairs or who require aisle seating or wheelchair locations, who are on the autism spectrum or have other developmental or cognitive disabilities now have one great place to find out everything you need to know to choose a show, buy tickets and plan your trip to Broadway.

Show Details

Uncle Vanya

Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway

Setting

A Russian country estate. Mid-July through late September, 1899.

Description

Sonya and her uncle Vanya have devoted their lives to managing the family farm in isolation, but when her celebrated, ailing father and his charismatic wife move in, their lives are upended. In the heat of the summer, the wrong people fall in love, desires and resentments erupt, and the family is forced to reckon with the ghosts of their unlived lives. Heidi Schreck creates a strikingly immediate new translation of Anton Chekhov's enduring masterpiece in this Lincoln Center Theater production.

Credits

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Written by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Heidi Schreck.

Directed by Lila Neugebauer.

For full credits, view the show on IBDB.com

Theatre Details

Vivian Beaumont Theater

150 West 65th Street
Between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Box Office Hours

Varies by show, check official show website. Typical hours Monday through Saturday: 10 am to 8 pm Sunday: Noon to 7 pm

Cast Recording

 
Uncle Vanya
Uncle Vanya

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Ticket Info

Tickets may also be purchased in person at the box office. See Theatre Details for location and hours.

Additional Fees

Tickets purchased online and by phone are subject to a per-ticket service charge and a per order handling fee. Handling fees vary by how your tickets are delivered. Facility fees, where applicable, are included in the ticket price. Note: You can avoid on-line and telephone fees by purchasing your tickets in person at the show's box office.

Theatre Accessibility

TheatreAccess.NYC provides assistance to theatregoers with disabilities. Those who are hard of hearing or deaf, have low vision or are blind, who cannot climb stairs or who require aisle seating or wheelchair locations, who are on the autism spectrum or have other developmental or cognitive disabilities now have one great place to find out everything you need to know to choose a show, buy tickets and plan your trip to Broadway.

Uncle Vanya

Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway

Setting

A Russian country estate. Mid-July through late September, 1899.

Description

Sonya and her uncle Vanya have devoted their lives to managing the family farm in isolation, but when her celebrated, ailing father and his charismatic wife move in, their lives are upended. In the heat of the summer, the wrong people fall in love, desires and resentments erupt, and the family is forced to reckon with the ghosts of their unlived lives. Heidi Schreck creates a strikingly immediate new translation of Anton Chekhov's enduring masterpiece in this Lincoln Center Theater production.

Credits

Powered by IBDB.com

Written by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Heidi Schreck.

Directed by Lila Neugebauer.

For full credits, view the show on IBDB.com

Vivian Beaumont Theater
150 West 65th Street
Between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Box Office Hours

Varies by show, check official show website. Typical hours Monday through Saturday: 10 am to 8 pm Sunday: Noon to 7 pm

Uncle Vanya
Uncle Vanya