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We took Track 3 to Russia!

In June 2017, Theatre Movement Bazaar was invited to take our production of Track 3 for a short tour in Russia. We performed at the Chekhov International Theatre Festival in Moscow, and Theatre Boff in St. Petersburg. To perform our adaptation of Chekov’s Three Sisters in his homeland was an incredible experience. (scroll down to see a few photos of the trip!)

St. Basil’s Cathedral!
Our poster at Theatre of Nations
Scene from Track 3
The Three Sisters
Theatre Boff, St. Petersberg
Performing Track 3 at the Chekhov International Theatre Festival
Tech pre-performance
On our way to Moscow!
Prozorov Family
Theatre of Nations, Moscow
The Track 3 family in front of Theatre of Nations, Moscow.
Paying homage to the man himself (Chekhov).
Interior, Theatre of Nations

Review Round up for Track 3

From our start at Bootleg Theater, to South Coast Rep, to Edinburgh Fringe, to Greenwich Theatre in London and back to Los Angeles for RADAR LA, Track 3 was loved. Here’s a round up of all of our reviews:

“Theatre Movement Bazaar’s "Track 3,” the L.A. troupe’s vaudevillian take on Chekhov’s "Three Sisters,“ thrived in this atmosphere, demonstrating to all lucky enough to catch this sprightly and sensitive riff at Los Angeles Theatre Center that its ensemble members are as disciplined and fearlessly original as any of the casts visiting from abroad.” – Los Angeles Times

“The performances are outstanding…This is a company worth both watching and supporting as its reputation spreads beyond Southern California.” – Huffington Post

“Mad, rad and dangerous to miss.  Track 3 is a glorious treat that is sure to bring a smile to the face.”  – Broadway Baby

“MUST SEE!” – The Stage.co.uk

“There’s undeniable, almost indescribable charm to director-choreographer Tina Kronis’ staging, filled with gorgeous songs and chorales performed by the superb company, which also has actors snapping their heads in unison to recorded piano ragtime accompaniment.” – LA Weekly

West End Wilma

Mumble Theatre

Theatre Full Stop

What’s Peen Seen

Broadway World, Scotland