"I find the older I get the more there is to discover... In my whole lifetime I've hardly scratched the surface. One thing I have learned -- through bitter experience -- is the happiness in our lives is measured in moments -- not minutes, not days, certainly not in years. Happiness is accidental -- comes to us as an uninvited guest."
Three Sisters (Poulton) Script
A play based around youthful hopes and dreams squashed by the necessary grind of life. Chekhov offers a closely observed study of a family falling apart. Everything is taken from the three sisters - Olga, Masha and Irina - the security of their comfortable home life, their ambitious plans for a bright future, love and lovers. A complex process of stripping away from them everything they hold dear is played out over four increasingly tense acts, bringing reward to some and despair to others.