Arlene Hutton

The Three Sisters Brontë

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The Three Sisters Brontë

by Arlene Hutton

Drama, Full-length

On the Yorkshire moors of the 1840s, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë struggle with the harsh realities of male-dominated society. The sisters live in the rich worlds of their imaginations, dreaming of life in London, until they are forced to take their destinies into their own hands. As their brother descends into madness and their father grows blind, the sisters labor to get Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights published. Inspired by THREE SISTERS by Chekhov, who reportedly read The Life of Charlotte Brontë a few years before his play opened, THREE SISTERS BRONTË explores the parallels in the lives of the real life Brontës and the fictional Prozorovs.


3W, 6M

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Arlene Hutton

Arlene Hutton is the author of Letters to Sala, As It Is In Heaven and Last Train to Nibroc, which premiered at the 78th Street Theatre Lab, received a NY Drama League Best Play nomination, was a finalist for the Francesca Primus Prize and was the first FringeNYC play to move off-Broadway. The Rubicon Theatre production of her play Gulf View Drive received a 2018 Ovation Award for Best Production. Regional credits include B Street, Chester Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Florida Studio Theatre, Kitchen Theatre, Mad Cow, and Washington Stage Guild.

Her plays have been presented at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Off- and Off-Off-Broadway, in London and