Chekhov's 'Uncle Vanya' at the Gamm


On an over-crowded country estate, a retired art professor, his second wife, and the daughter and brother-in-law from his first marriage navigate mid-life crises, unrequited love, a last-minute murder plot…and each other. Delusion and despair compete with humor and hope in Chekhov’s beloved story about what is and what might have been. Featuring Tony Estrella (pictured) as Uncle Vanya.

WHERE: The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre, 172 Exchange St., Pawtucket

WHEN: Jan. 18-Feb. 18
COST: $60, $52, $44
MORE INFO:; 401/723-4266

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