Why See Russian Transport?
Russian Transport is a suspenseful family drama set in the Russian Jewish community of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. Diana and Misha, an immigrant couple, run a struggling car service while trying to carve out the American Dream for their teenagers, Alex and Mira.
When Diana's sexy and mysterious brother Boris arrives to stay with them, family loyalty is tested.
For Alex and Mira, Uncle Boris is an exciting addition to their home, but soon Alex is pulled into his Uncle's dangerous world. Laced with humor and intrigue, Russian Transport captures the complex layers of one very particular immigrant experience.
Previews from: 17 January 2012
Opening night: 30 January 2012
May be inappropriate for 14 and under. (Strong language; nudity and sexual content.) Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including intermission
Cast and Creative
CreativeBy Erika Sheffer
Directed by Scott Elliott
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