Uncle Vanya

Getting to Know Uncle Vanya’s Angelina Mussro

Angelina Mussro:  Of Cutting Hay and Teaching Artists Angelina Mussro is a pure delight.  Having made her debut at The Warehouse Theatre several seasons ago in Romeo & Juliet, Angelina has become a fixture...

Getting to Know Uncle Vanya’s Rachel Jeffreys

Rachel Jeffreys: Greenville Bound Rachel Jeffreys is new to Greenville and new to us at The Warehouse. She's currently making her main stage debut here in Uncle Vanya as Vanya's well-read mother, Maria.  Rache...

Getting to Know Uncle Vanya’s Aaron Brakefield

Aaron Brakefield: Underscoring The Drama Aaron Brakefield is quickly becoming a regular on the Greenville stage.  Performing in his third show at The Warehouse in less than twelve months, Aaron's acting and mu...

Review: Warehouse Theatre Offers Graceful Uncle Vanya

An autumnal wistfulness pervades the Warehouse Theatre’s graceful, richly colored production of Anton Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya,” which opened Friday. Director Roy S. Fluhrer highlights the poetic melancholy of...

Getting to Know Uncle Vanya’s Will Ragland

Will Ragland: No Dresses This Time Will Ragland is one of our area's most popular theatre artists and The Warehouse Theatre is thrilled to have him back on stage anchoring the title role in Uncle Vanya.  Recen...

FORUM SERIES: Desire to Leave a Legacy

Wednesday, January 27th, 6:30pm (NEW TIME) DESIRE TO LEAVE A LEGACY We each have the ability to make a significant impact on our community, families, organizations, and world. Regardless of intelligence, fi...

Uncle Vanya

January 29th - February 20th Sponsored by Tom & Debra Strange by Anton Chekhov adapted by Annie Baker working with a literal translation by Margarita Shalina and the original Russian text Directed ...