Ryan Victor ‘Little Eagle’ Pierce, of “Uncle Abram”

The Eagle Project presents UNCLE ABRAM, a Reconstructed Uncle Vanya, adapted and directed by Ryan Victor "Little Eagle" PierceListen in as The Eagle Project‘s Artistic Director Ryan Victor “Little Eagle” Pierce, adapter/director of Uncle Abram: A Reconstructed Uncle Vanya, discusses moving Chekhov from Russia to Reconstruction-era Missouri, finding the relevance of American history to current events, “ghosts of the past,” and why we can’t take our foot off the gas.

“…even after this very progressive period…somehow, in society, the more things change, the more they stay the same…”

The Eagle Project presents

Uncle Abram
A Reconstructed Uncle Vanya

written by Anton Chekhov
based on the translation by Marian Fell
adapted & directed by Ryan Victor “Little Eagle” Pierce

thru May 7, 2017

New Perspectives Theatre
458 W. 37th Street
Manhattan

tickets: $18, available via BrownPaperTickets

The Eagle Project presents UNCLE ABRAM, a Reconstructed Uncle Vanya, adapted and directed by Ryan Victor "Little Eagle" Pierce, photo by Ashley Marinaccio The Eagle Project presents UNCLE ABRAM, a Reconstructed Uncle Vanya, adapted and directed by Ryan Victor "Little Eagle" Pierce, photo by Ashley Marinaccio The Eagle Project presents UNCLE ABRAM, a Reconstructed Uncle Vanya, adapted and directed by Ryan Victor "Little Eagle" Pierce, photo by Ashley Marinacciophotos by Ashley Marinaccio

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