Roosevelt Island Director Debut at MST&DA

May 17-19, Roosevelt Islander Mihaela Mihut directs "People of Platonovka” Based on Chekhov’s First Play

May 17-19, Roosevelt Islander Mihaela Mihut directs "People of Platonovka” Based on Chekhov’s First Play

Roosevelt Islander (Island House) Mihaela Mihut makes her directorial debut, producing Anton Chekov's first play: People of Platonovka, Actors at Work. The work will be staged four times over three days, from May 17th through the 19th, in the Howe Theatre at the Cultural Center, 548 Main Street, Roosevelt Island.

Tickets are now on sale at the Main Street Theatre & Dance Alliance website, or you will be able to buy them at the door, one hour before each performance.

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