Anna

by Brenna Geffers and the Ensemble

World Premiere adaptation of Anna Karenina

March 29-April 16

Literature’s greatest heroine comes to new life in this world premiere stage adaptation, written and directed by Brenna Geffers. In Anna, this sweeping Russian epic is transformed into a make-shift travelling show by a wandering theater troupe armed with a collection of rickety antiques and instruments. They perform this story, set in the shifting landscape of Imperial Russia, to seek refuge from their own unsettling world. You are invited on their journey, and Anna's, as they travel together toward the story's unavoidable end. 

All performances take place at the Latvian Society Theater - 531 N. 7th St., Philadelphia 

About the Original Author: Leo Tolstoy

On September 9, 1828, Leo Tolstoy was born in Tula Province, Russia. In the 1860s, he wrote his first great novel, War and Peace. In 1873, Tolstoy set to work on the second of his best known novels, Anna Karenina. He continued to write fiction throughout the 1880s and 1890s. One of his most successful later works was The Death of Ivan Ilyich. Tolstoy died on November 20, 1910 in Astapovo, Russia.

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CAST

Tickets

Wed-Thurs.....................................$25

Fri-Sun...........................................$32

Opening Night 2/3.........................$35

Student/Industry...........................$12

(standard ticketing fees apply)

The Latvian Society is not fully handicap accessible. Please contact EgoPo with any assistance needs.

Carlo Campbell

Andrew Carroll

Colleen Corcoran

Arlen Hancock

Maria Konstantinidis*

Shamus Hunter McCarty

Lee Minora

Amanda Schoonover*

*Actors appearing with permission of Actors' Equity Association

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Office Location: 317 Dickinson Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147.

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