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The dreary aspects of Soviet housing and one family’s attempt to “exchange” its tiny Moscow apartment for a larger one. Adapted from a novella by the respected Russian writer Yuri Trifanov, as translated by playwright Michael Frayn.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring:
- Ian Abercrombie as Viktor’s Father
- Rosalind Ayres as Lena
- Sharon Bamber as Aunt Ahenya
- Joyce Blair as Viktor’s Mother
- Barbara Bosson as Lora
- Peter A. Jacobs as Kalugin and Felix
- Martin Jarvis as Viktor
- Zosukuma Kunene as Alik
- Anna Sophie Loewenberg as Natashka
- Vonetta McGee as Tanya
- Marian Mercer as Lena’s Mother
- Robin Nordli as Factory Director and Funeral Orator
- William Palmieri as Snitkin and others
- John Randolph as Viktor’s Grandfather
- Melissa Smigley as Marina, and Girl Next Door
- Malachi Throne as Lena’s Father
Translated and adapted by Michael Frayn. Directed by Robert Robinson. Recorded before a live audience in Santa Monica, CA in April, 1992.