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Friday, October 5, 2012

Outstanding production of UNCLE VANYA at Apollinaire Theatre in Chelsea and an Art Exhibit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Uncle Vanya is back! Apollinaire Theatre in Chelsea MA ( 189 Winnisimmet Street, www.apollinairetheatre.com) invites you to experience their Elliot Norton Award winning production, staged in 4 locations throughout the theater, with the audience moving with the action.

At Apollinaire Gallery, located at the lobby of the theatre you can enjoy an Uncle Vanya Art exhibit featuring 4 Russian-American painters: George Lapchinsky ( oil, Moscow) Alexander Vetrov ( colored etchings, Moscow) Vladimir Volosov (oil, St. Petersburg- Boston) and Tatiana Yanovskaya- Sink ( oil. Boston).

Uncle Vanya takes place in the late 1890's, and the Theatre was seeking works of art in styles that might be present in a home of that era. Paintings and etchings by Russian artists are hung both in the Theatre gallery and in the performance spaces as part of the home, and viewed as the audience moves with an action from room to room.

The show will run from October 10 through November 4 with possible extension through November 11th. Performances on Wednesday-Sunday at 7 30 PM followed by a Reception in the Gallery exhibiting beautiful artworks of From Russia With Art. We hope to see you there, dear friends!

2 comments:

  1. Nice way to decorate your walls. I have never done that. My effort to beautify the walls in my house was to order big-
    sized canvas prints from wahooart.com, from images of western art. I use the same angel motifs in all of the rooms
    painted by different painters, such as this one by very interesting English artist Stanley Spencer, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-
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  2. Art if refreshing, rejuvenating and heartening. Artwork exudes warmth and enlivens everything around it. These paintings and portraits put up in your blog post are marvelous. The colors and detailing is just exquisite. The artist has truly done a very fine job on the canvas.

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