Award-winning playwright Arlene Hutton’s newest play THE THREE SISTERS BRONTË receives a FREE staged reading at Rubicon Theatre Company on February 6 at 7:00 p.m. Interweaving the famous trio of
Award-winning playwright Arlene Hutton’s newest play THE THREE SISTERS BRONTË receives a FREE staged reading at Rubicon Theatre Company on February 6 at 7:00 p.m. Interweaving the famous trio of literary sisters and Anton Chekhov’s masterpiece Three Sisters, the play examines the complexities of feminism, art, love and family. Set against the bleak and windy Yorkshire moors in the mid-1800s, Arlene Hutton’s THE THREE SISTERS BRONTË follows the lives of the sisters as they struggle to find creative prosperity while navigating the harsh realities of a male society. Faced with limited opportunities for educated women, Charlotte, Emily and Anne live in the rich worlds of their imaginations, until they are forced to face the truth that nothing is certain, and their destinies are best served when held firmly in their own hands.The cast features Lily Nicksay as Charlotte Bronte (“Boy Meets World”/Ovation winner See Rock City at Rubicon/starring in Rubicon’s current production of Gulf View Drive; Ashley Fox Linton as Anne Bronte (National Tours of Wicked and Les Miserables/ Sunset Boulevard at Musical Theatre West/ How the Grinch Stole Christmas at the Old Globe/ The Last Five Years at Rubicon); Dana Brooke as Emily Bronte (Vencia with Chita Riversa, Claudia Lazlo with Reed Birney, Vacuum at Cherry Lane Theatre, Company Member at B Street Theatre, where she was in The Nibroc Trilogy); Shane Allen as Branwell Bronte; Joe Spano as Patrick Bronte (“NCIS”/Emmy winner/ Rubicon productions of A Christmas Carol, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Sylvia); Rudolph Willrich as the Vicar of Bradford (My Fair Lady and Noises Off at Rubicon); Jordan Stidham as Arthur Bell Nicholls (currently in Thrones! A Musical Parody at the Hudson Theatre); Parker Harris as William Weightman (A Christmas Carol /West Side Story at Rubicon) and Dorian Tayler as Smith/Dr. Crosby (The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged at La Mirada).
(Monday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm