Uncle Vanya

Anton CHEKHOV (1860 - 1904), translated by Julius WEST (1891 - 1918)

Uncle Vanya (subtitled “Scenes From Country Life”) is a tragicomedy by Anton Chekhov. It is set on the failing country estate of a retired professor, Serebrakoff, who returns after a long absence with his beautiful young wife, and throws the household into confusion. Rivalry, unrequited love, illicit romance, and attempted suicide are the result, punctuated throughout by Chekhov’s sad, wistful humor. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)

Cast:

Alexander Serebrakoff: Andy Minter
Helena: Karen Savage
Sonia: Elizabeth Klett
Mme. Voitskaya: Ruth Golding
Ivan (Vanya) Voitski: mb
Michael Astroff: Bruce Pirie
Ilia (Waffles) Telegin: BellonaTimes
Marina: Arielle Lipshaw
Workman/Watchman: Miles Espaillat
Narrator: Availle

Audio edited by: mb

Genre(s): Comedy, Tragedy

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Act 1 Group 00:26:15
Play 02 Act 2 Group 00:31:45
Play 03 Act 3 Elizabeth Klett
Bellona Times
00:31:42
Play 04 Act 4 Ruth Golding
Arielle Lipshaw
00:22:54