StageSceneLA: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Review

Christopher Durang’s trio of hilariously squabbling siblings are back (along with a sexy boy toy named Spike) in Pacific Resident Theatre’s winning take on Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike.

Despite a title evocative of at least two Chekhovian classics, even those who don’t know their Cherry Orchard from Cherries Jubilee will find themselves taken by 50something gay fuddy-duddy Vanya (Brad Greenquist), his dowdy adopted younger sister Sonia (Tania Getty), and the twosome’s “ageless” movie star sis Masha (Martha Hackett), whose box office grosses have kept the long-bickering older siblings comfortably ensconced in an aging Bucks County country house kept spic-and-span by sassy soothsaying cleaning lady Cassandra (Cyndy Fujikawa).

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