Tag archives: Chekhov

Now and Then: Lit Moon Lights up Chekhov
By Steven Libowitz   |   May 16, 2023

During the lockdown period of the COVID pandemic, the Westmont College-spawned Lit Moon Theatre met online for nearly two years as an international collective of artists and actors. The 18-member group created online versions of Libby Appel’s translations of Chekhov plays: Uncle Vanya, Three Sisters,and Ivanov. This weekend, Lit Moon World emerges in person with […]

Back to the Stage! Center Stage Theater Welcomes Back Audience
By Steven Libowitz   |   June 3, 2021

The UCSB Initiative for New & Reimagined Work is presenting a staged reading of the classic Chekhov play Three Sisters at 6 pm on May 31. What makes this show most remarkable is that the performance will take place inside the intimate Center Stage Theater, where the general public is welcome to attend for the […]