If you missed your chance to see the "hyper-intimate" production of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya at a private loft in NYC's Flatiron District, another chance is coming. The recent production helmed by Jack Serio (This Beautiful Future) will return August 8-25 for a second run of just 16 performances.
Tickets go on sale July 28 at 10 AM with exclusive pre-sale access first being given to patrons on the waiting list from the production's first run.
Tony winner David Cromer reprises the leading role of Vanya as the all-star cast will once again star Will Brill as Astrov, Julia Chan as Yelena, Will Dagger as Telegin, Tony nominee Marin Ireland as Sonya, Ann McDonough as Maria, and Virginia Wing as Marina. The role of Serebryakov will be recast due to scheduling conflicts for previous star and two-time Tony winner Bill Irwin. The return of Nathan Malin as Yefim remains unclear.
The production, which uses a translation by Paul Schmidt, features scenic design by Walt Spangler, lighting design by Stacey Derosier, costume design by Ricky Reynoso, sound design by Christopher Darbassie, and props design by Carrie Mossman. Casting is by Taylor Williams.
Ticket holders receive an exact address of the Flatiron District loft where performances are being mounted at least 24 hours in advance of their performance. Rush tickets will be available via TodayTix while a partnership between the production and Broadway For All will offer students subsidized tickets, which can be supported via a "Buy One, Give One" initiative by ticket buyers.
The recent engagement began June 28 and opened July 6. With only 16 performances through July 16, the production played to audiences of 40 at a time. Read the reviews here.
Go inside the production below.