Three Other Sisters

Three messed-up daughters convene after their cruel mother’s death in Enemies: Foreign and Domestic at Central Works. My review is in the San Jose Mercury News and other BANG papers.

Maura Halloran and Jan Zvaifler in Enemies: Foreign and Domestic. Photo by Jim Norrena.

Maura Halloran and Jan Zvaifler in Central Works’ Enemies: Foreign and Domestic. Photo by Jim Norrena.

Review: Central Works’ ‘Enemies: Foreign and Domestic’ taps into myriad fears

This got me thinking about other plays about three sisters:
Three Sisters
The Sisters Rosensweig
King Lear
August: Osage County
Crimes of the Heart
And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little
Failure: A Love Story
The House that will not Stand
The Eumenides
Macbeth
Cinderella
Every Inch a King

What are some others? If you think of ‘em, tell me in the comments.

Enemies: Foreign and Domestic
Through March 29
Central Works
Berkeley City Club
2315 Durant Avenue
Berkeley, CA
www.centralworks.org

Show #15 of 2015, attended February 21.

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  1. Jean

    3 / 11 / 2015 2:38 pm

    • THE MAIDS •
    by JENET

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  2. Jean

    3 / 11 / 2015 2:39 pm

    • A Streetcar Named Desire •
    by Tennessee Williams

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    • 3 / 11 / 2015 2:42 pm

      Both of those are about two sisters rather than three, though, aren’t they?

      Reply

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