April’s Playwright of the Month: Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters”

This is a Russian play that was wrote in 1900’s and first play that was performed in 1901. The play is mainly about three Russian sisters and their one bother. This play has a whole bunch of stuff going  on. One sister is a school teacher and towards the end becomes the headmistress. Another sister is married and does have an affair during her marriage. The one and only brother pays mortgage and all of his gambling debts.

I would rate this play a 7 1/2 I’m not really sure what to think about this play. It’s overall really good, but at some points it makes no sense whatsoever. I like how it is a Russian play and how it was written over  117 years ago and the first performance was a 118 years ago. It really depends on you if you like it or not.


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