Alfieri, Richard The Sisters

ISBN 13: 9780573699467

The Sisters

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Using a college on New York's Upper East Side as their surrogate home and sanctuary, four siblings struggle to banish the ghost of their dead father and create some semblance of harmony as adults. Suggested by Chekhov's Three Sisters, this unflinchingly honest drama with comedy explores and explodes the myths about family and friendship. But in contrast to Chekhov's family, who yearn to leave the staid provinces for the excitement of Moscow, Alfieri's modern siblings long to escape the chaos of Manhattan for the simpler life they left behind in their childhood home in Charleston. As they strive to reconcile their individual desires, they expose each other's deceptions with barbed wit and candor escalating to moments of shocking power. Their final realization is that violence and chaos reside within the walls of their sanctuary -- and within the heart.

" The Sisters, a modern adaptation of Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters, exceeds all expectations. A superbly crafted drama of depth and perception that is alternately touching, clever, and explosive... The Sisters overflows with intelligence and intensity. It is the stuff of great drama." - CBS Radio

"Brutally articulate. Alfieri's barbed dialogue is more Albee than Chekhov and is a boon to an ensemble. Pure guilty pleasure!" - L.A. Weekly

"Spellbinding! An outrageously, screamingly funny black comedy...mesmerizing...hilarious! Taut and interesting relationships, secrets worth telling." -- Daily Breeze

" The Sisters takes a dramatic turn. Alfieri has performed an interesting thought experiment that makes fascinating sense." -- The Los Angeles Times

"Totally absorbing...engaging...very funny!" -- Beverly Hills Courier

"A passionate and absorbing play!" -- Pasadena Star-News

"Funny...sensitive and eloquent... The Sisters is a shining star!" -- Entertainment Today

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Descripción Samuel French Inc, United States, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Samuel French Acting ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Characters: 8 male, 5 female Multiple Sets Using a college on New York s Upper East Side as their surrogate home and sanctuary, four siblings struggle to banish the ghost of their dead father and create some semblance of harmony as adults. Suggested by Chekhov s Three Sisters, this unflinchingly honest drama with comedy explores and explodes the myths about family and friendship. But in contrast to Chekhov s family, who yearn to leave the staid provinces for the excitement of Moscow, Alfieri s modern siblings long to escape the chaos of Manhattan for the simpler life they left behind in their childhood home in Charleston. As they strive to reconcile their individual desires, they expose each other s deceptions with barbed wit and candor escalating to moments of shocking power. Their final realization is that violence and chaos reside within the walls of their sanctuary -- and within the heart. The Sisters, a modern adaptation of Anton Chekhov s Three Sisters, exceeds all expectations. A superbly crafted drama of depth and perception that is alternately touching, clever, and explosive.The Sisters overflows with intelligence and intensity. It is the stuff of great drama. - CBS Radio Brutally articulate. Alfieri s barbed dialogue is more Albee than Chekhov and is a boon to an ensemble. Pure guilty pleasure! - L.A. Weekly Spellbinding! An outrageously, screamingly funny black comedy.mesmerizing.hilarious! Taut and interesting relationships, secrets worth telling. -- Daily Breeze The Sisters takes a dramatic turn. Alfieri has performed an interesting thought experiment that makes fascinating sense. -- The Los Angeles Times Totally absorbing.engaging.very funny! -- Beverly Hills Courier A passionate and absorbing play! -- Pasadena Star-News Funny.sensitive and eloquent.The Sisters is a shining star! -- Entertainment Today. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780573699467

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Descripción Samuel French Inc, United States, 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Samuel French Acting ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Characters: 8 male, 5 female Multiple Sets Using a college on New York s Upper East Side as their surrogate home and sanctuary, four siblings struggle to banish the ghost of their dead father and create some semblance of harmony as adults. Suggested by Chekhov s Three Sisters, this unflinchingly honest drama with comedy explores and explodes the myths about family and friendship. But in contrast to Chekhov s family, who yearn to leave the staid provinces for the excitement of Moscow, Alfieri s modern siblings long to escape the chaos of Manhattan for the simpler life they left behind in their childhood home in Charleston. As they strive to reconcile their individual desires, they expose each other s deceptions with barbed wit and candor escalating to moments of shocking power. Their final realization is that violence and chaos reside within the walls of their sanctuary -- and within the heart. The Sisters, a modern adaptation of Anton Chekhov s Three Sisters, exceeds all expectations. A superbly crafted drama of depth and perception that is alternately touching, clever, and explosive.The Sisters overflows with intelligence and intensity. It is the stuff of great drama. - CBS Radio Brutally articulate. Alfieri s barbed dialogue is more Albee than Chekhov and is a boon to an ensemble. Pure guilty pleasure! - L.A. Weekly Spellbinding! An outrageously, screamingly funny black comedy.mesmerizing.hilarious! Taut and interesting relationships, secrets worth telling. -- Daily Breeze The Sisters takes a dramatic turn. Alfieri has performed an interesting thought experiment that makes fascinating sense. -- The Los Angeles Times Totally absorbing.engaging.very funny! -- Beverly Hills Courier A passionate and absorbing play! -- Pasadena Star-News Funny.sensitive and eloquent.The Sisters is a shining star! -- Entertainment Today. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780573699467

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Descripción Samuel French, Inc. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Paperback. 84 pages. Dimensions: 7.8in. x 4.5in. x 0.3in.Characters: 8 male, 5 female Multiple Sets Using a college on New Yorks Upper East Side as their surrogate home and sanctuary, four siblings struggle to banish the ghost of their dead father and create some semblance of harmony as adults. Suggested by Chekhovs Three Sisters, this unflinchingly honest drama with comedy explores and explodes the myths about family and friendship. But in contrast to Chekhovs family, who yearn to leave the staid provinces for the excitement of Moscow, Alfieris modern siblings long to escape the chaos of Manhattan for the simpler life they left behind in their childhood home in Charleston. As they strive to reconcile their individual desires, they expose each others deceptions with barbed wit and candor escalating to moments of shocking power. Their final realization is that violence and chaos reside within the walls of their sanctuary -- and within the heart. The Sisters, a modern adaptation of Anton Chekhovs Three Sisters, exceeds all expectations. A superbly crafted drama of depth and perception that is alternately touching, clever, and explosive. . . The Sisters overflows with intelligence and intensity. It is the stuff of great drama. - CBS RadioBrutally articulate. Alfieris barbed dialogue is more Albee than Chekhov and is a boon to an ensemble. Pure guilty pleasure! - L. A. WeeklySpellbinding! An outrageously, screamingly funny black comedy. . . mesmerizing. . . hilarious! Taut and interesting relationships, secrets worth telling. -- Daily BreezeThe Sisters takes a dramatic turn. Alfieri has performed an interesting thought experiment that makes fascinating sense. -- The Los Angeles TimesTotally absorbing. . . engaging. . . very funny! -- Beverly Hills CourierA passionate and absorbing play! -- Pasadena Star-NewsFunny. . . sensitive and eloquent. . . The Sisters is a shining star! -- Entertainment Today This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780573699467

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