Written by Maxim Gorky
Directed by Jenny Sterlin
with a new translation by Leo Grinberg and Jenny Sterlin
At the beginnings of the revolution in Russia in 1902, the Bessemenov family grapples with shifting socio-economic environments, changing gender politics, and generational identity. Shockingly relevant and culturally enlightening, this new adaptation investigates how a societal rift can affect traditional values and challenges perceptions of duty, morality, and status that are as relevant today as they were one hundred years ago.
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Theater for the New City (View)
155 First Avenue
New York City, NY 10003
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