Sisters Olga, Masha and Irena. A drawing room. RashDash are coming to The Yard. And they’re reimagining a classic.
How should I make the most of being alive in this moment? How should I try to enjoy life whilst also being a good person who makes space for a better future? What is love and where do I find it?
Why do the men in this play have all the lines?
Following their sell-out tour of the “exhilarating, furious, polyphonous, frustrating, unabashed” smash-hit Two Man Show (★★★★ The Stage, Time Out, The Independent), RashDash take on Chekhov.
A dead, white man. A classic play.
What are you expecting?
This brilliantly witty show asks who the classics are for – and what Chekhov’s play means for young women today
RashDash offer a chaotic but powerful interrogation of the dramatic canon
This funny, furious takedown of the cult of the classic is loud, rude, provocative and messy — which is all part of its glorious defiance
RashDash's take on Chekhov is riotously fun
RashDash return with a hilarious, ferocious deconstruction of Chekhov's classic
This work is about the collective not the individual, smashing the characters out of their enforced ennui, taking us out of the show