OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS
In the company New Saloon’s riff on Chekhov, sixteen actors perform a mashup of different translations of “Uncle Vanya,” from a standard 1916 version to the garbled results of Google Translate. Through June 25.
Bartlett Sher directs J. T. Rogers’s play, which recounts how a Norwegian diplomat (Jennifer Ehle) and her husband (Jefferson Mays) orchestrated the secret talks that led to the Oslo Accords in the nineties. In previews.
Estelle Parsons and Judith Ivey star in Israel Horovitz’s play, in which four woman arrive in Paris for the funeral of a hundred-year-old man who loved them all. In previews. Opens June 19.
In an encore run, Bedlam revives its minimalist staging of the Jane Austen novel, adapted by Kate Hamill and directed by Eric Tucker. Opens June 17.