Uncle Vanya

Previews Begin
April 2, 2024
Opening Night
April 24, 2024
Closing Date
June 16, 2024
Theatre
Vivian Beaumont Theatre
Group Min
10+ Tickets

About the Show

Sonya (Alison Pill) and her uncle Vanya (Steve Carell) have devoted their lives to managing the family farm in isolation, but when her celebrated, ailing father (Alfred Molina) and his charismatic wife (Anika Noni Rose) move in, their lives are upended. In the heat of the summer, the wrong people fall in love, desires and resentments erupt, and the family is forced to reckon with the ghosts of their unlived lives.

Director Lila Neugebauer (The Waverly Gallery, The Wolves) and playwright Heidi Schreck (What the Constitution Means to Me) collaborate on the premiere of this Lincoln Center Theater production of UNCLE VANYA, which pairs Anton Chekhov’s enduring masterpiece with one of America’s most celebrated contemporary playwrights in a strikingly immediate new translation.

About the Show

Sonya (Alison Pill) and her uncle Vanya (Steve Carell) have devoted their lives to managing the family farm in isolation, but when her celebrated, ailing father (Alfred Molina) and his charismatic wife (Anika Noni Rose) move in, their lives are upended. In the heat of the summer, the wrong people fall in love, desires and resentments erupt, and the family is forced to reckon with the ghosts of their unlived lives.

Director Lila Neugebauer (The Waverly Gallery, The Wolves) and playwright Heidi Schreck (What the Constitution Means to Me) collaborate on the premiere of this Lincoln Center Theater production of UNCLE VANYA, which pairs Anton Chekhov’s enduring masterpiece with one of America’s most celebrated contemporary playwrights in a strikingly immediate new translation.

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About the Theatre

Vivian Beaumont Theatre

150 W 65th St
New York, NY 10036

The Vivian Beaumont Theater, designed by architect Eero Saarinen, opened on October 21, 1965. Initially home to the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center until its closure in 1973, it later hosted Joseph Papp’s New York Shakespeare Festival from 1973 to 1977. The theater underwent periods of external rentals and limited use until 1985 when Lincoln Center Theater took over management. Under Lincoln Center Theater, led by figures like Gregory Mosher, Bernard Gersten, Linda LeRoy Janklow, and Andre Bishop, it has become the largest not-for-profit theater in the U.S., producing a diverse year-round program across the Beaumont and other NYC venues.