Living Room Theatre is a boutique Equity company of New York professionals entering its seventh season that concentrates on classics (Chekhov, Shaw, Strindberg) and new plays done in intimate settings.
The company looks to explore material deeply before presenting it to the public. This summer they are presenting the U.S. premiere of Lucy Caldwell's Irish adaptation of Chekhov's “Three Sisters,” set in Belfast in the 1990s at the end of the Troubles directed by Christopher McCann.
Performances run from August 2-18 on the grounds of the Historic Park McCullough House in North Bennington, Vermont. To tell us more we welcome Living Room Theatre Founder and Artistic Director Randolyn Zinn, Founder and Co-Artistic Director Allen McCullough, and Director of “Three Sisters,” Christopher McCann.