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Uncle Vanya Tickets

Uncle Vanya Theater Tickets

Grab your Uncle Vanya tickets today and watch this classic stage drama unfold on live. This show first premiered in the late 1800s, but its themes of jealousy, love and greed remain relevant events today. Secure your seats to see this story unfold live on stage.

Uncle Vanya was written by Anton Chekhov, who was an accomplished playwright from Russia. World-renowned for both his stage dramas and short stories, Chekhov’s works remain popular and acclaimed for the stage. Uncle Vanya was completed in 1898 and premiered a year later at the Moscow Art Theater. Chekhov actually rewrote one of his former works to develop Uncle Vanya, and the reception was positive. This play has been adapted throughout the centuries and won a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Revival in 2003, as well as a Drama Desk Award in 2000.

Don’t miss the chance to secure your Uncle Vanya tickets now and watch this riveting drama unfold. This story follows an arrogant professor (Professor Serebryakov) and his family at their grand estate. Uncle Vanya has long worked at the estate for little to no pay, along with many other members of the professor’s family. When the professor’s first wife dies, he remarries the beautiful Yelena. This new member of the household sets off a series of events, sparked by desire, jealousy and bitterness. Don’t miss the chance to see the absorbing story of Uncle Vanya told live on stage.

How much are Uncle Vanya tickets?

Uncle Vanya tickets for a premium orchestra seat have a price range of around $150-$350 per ticket depending on the venue. Stick to your budget with cheap seats in the back of the theater. A balcony seat will typically run $35-$55 each. Due to the size of the theatres on Broadway, ticket prices in New York can sometimes be 50-75% more than a touring performance.

Uncle Vanya Show Schedule

Check the Uncle Vanya schedule above to find a tour date that is convenient for you. When the performance is running for a week or longer, it usually runs Tuesday through Sunday with Matinées typically available on Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to catch the show at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, Sarofim Hall at the Hobby Center in Houston or another theatre near you.