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Moscow and Hollywood will come to Greenwich Village Wednesday night when a production of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters,” starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard, begins its run.

Academy Award-nominee Gyllenhaal was spotted walking through the Everyman Café, situated in the same building as the Classic Stage Company Theater at 136 East 13th St., for the last rehearsal before Wednesday night’s debut public performance.

Actor Josh Hamilton soon followed and, 20 minutes later, Gyllenhaal’s husband, Sarsgaard, who also stars in the production, walked through the door sporting a beard and mustache appropriate for the Russian play.

Juliet Rylance, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Jessica Hecht star in the CSC production of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters.” (Josh Lehrer)

When asked if he preferred acting in the intimate, Off-Broadway Greenwich Village theater to big Hollywood productions, Sarsgaard grimaced.

“Oh, definitely,” he told DNAinfo. “No question!”

Sarsgaard said performing in the Village held particular significance for him because when he first came to New York, he lived in a sublet on East 4th Street.

“Right around the corner from this theater there’s a post office on Lafayette Street,” said Sarsgaard. “That’s where I first dropped off like 400 headshots.”

“Three Sisters” is the classic Chekhov play from 1901 about three sisters longing to live in Moscow.

The CSC production also stars Jessica Hecht and Juliet Rylance and is directed by Austin Pendleton, who directed Gyllenhaal and Sarsgaard in CSC’s 2009 production of Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya.”

“It’s nice that people can just walk by and grab a ticket,” said Sarsgaard, of the cozy space on East 13th Street.

“I like the random theatergoing that a neighborhood theater affords. At least that’s the way I like to discover theater. But [with this production,] it might be hard to just walk in and get a seat.”

“Three Sisters” runs at the CSC Theater from Jan. 12 through Mar. 6. For more info, visit www.classicstage.com or call 212.352.3101.


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I’ve added some more gorgeous pictures from Three Sisters to the gallery. Now these are just gorgeous!


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Classic Stage Company’s presentation of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, has extended its run through March 6. The show begins previews on January 12 with an opening on February 3. Austin Pendleton will direct the play, featuring a translation by Paul Schmidt.

In this play about thwarted dreams, sisters Olga, Masha and Irina, are stuck in a backwater town, and long to get to Moscow where they imagine their lives will be transformed.

The cast features Maggie Gyllenhaal (Masha), Josh Hamilton (Andre) Jessica Hecht (Olga), Marin Ireland (Natasha), Anson Mount (Solyony), Juliet Rylance (Irina), and Peter Sarsgaard (Vershinin), alongside Ebon Moss-Bachrach (Tuesenbach), Roberta Maxwell (Anfisa), Louis Zorich (Chebutykin), George Morfogen (Ferapont), Paul Lazar (Kulygin), Gabriel Bettio (Rode) and James Patrick Nelson (Fedotik).

The production will feature set design by Walt Spangler, costume design by Marco Piemontese, lighting design by Keith Parham, sound design and original music by Christian Frederickson and Ryan Rumery and hair design by Paul Huntley.

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Posted by Connie on January 7, 2011 under Headlines & Rumours,Three Sisters and commented by 0 people

Screen captures from yet another movie. I’ve made some captures of Maggie’s part in the TV movie Strip Search. There’s a lot of nudity in this movie, and seing at it’s actually a big part of the plot of the movie then I’ve added those captures too, just make sure you’re over 18 before you watch those.


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Added some wonderful screen captures of Maggie’s part in Riding in Cars With Boys to the gallery. Big thanks to Bevin Prince Online for donating these!


Posted by Connie on December 29, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 0 people

I’ve added some more great pictures from Uncle Vanya in which Maggie appeared in back in 2009. Merry Christmas!


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More movie stills from Adaptation and Mona Lisa Smile have been added.


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I’ve added some more movie stills from Happy Endings to the gallery, enjoy!


Posted by Connie on December 19, 2010 under Gallery Updates and commented by 1 people

Anson Mount will assume the role of Solyony in Classic Stage Company’s forthcoming production of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, replacing Glenn Fitzgerald, who is withdrawing due to a television project. The starry revival is set to begin performances on January 12, 2011, and will open on February 3 for a limited engagement through February 20. Austin Pendleton, who worked with Three Sisters stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard in CSC’s 2009 production of Uncle Vanya, will direct.

In addition to Mount, Gyllenhaal and Sarsgaard, the cast of Three Sisters includes Gabe Bettio, Josh Hamilton, Jessica Hecht, Marin Ireland, Paul Lazar, Roberta Maxwell, George Morfogen, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, James Patrick Nelson, Juliet Rylance and Louis Zorich.

Mount’s stage New York stage credits include Mourning Becomes Electra, Elle, Corpus Christi, Cymbeline and Caucasian Chalk Circle, plus Fifth of July at Bay Street Theatre and Williamstown Theatre Festival and Glengarry Glen Ross at the Macha Theatre in Los Angeles. On the big screen, he co-starred with Britney Spears in Crossroads and appeared in the recent movies Last Night and Burning Palms.

The creative team for Three Sisters includes set design by Walt Spangler, costume design by Marco Piemontese, lighting design by Keith Parham, sound design and original music by Christian Frederickson and Ryan Rumery and hair design by Paul Huntley.

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Posted by Connie on December 14, 2010 under Headlines & Rumours,Three Sisters and commented by 0 people

I’ve added a promo picture from Maggie’s upcoming stage production Three Sisters.


Posted by Connie on December 12, 2010 under Gallery Updates,Three Sisters and commented by 0 people
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