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8 – 10PM  Thursday, January 26, 2012
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“The Seagull”

Location is wheelchair accessible
by Anton Chekhov
Translated by Paul Schmidt
Directed by Alexandru Mihail

“Any idiot can face a crisis—it’s day to day living that wears you out.”
—Anton Chekhov

Nina wants to be an actress. Aspiring playwright Konstantin wants to revolutionize theatre. As they put on their first play by a Russian lake, the audience is unreceptive, to say the least: Konstantin’s mother, the famous actress Arkadina, laughs. Her lover, a celebrated writer, falls asleep. Indeed, in Chekhov’s profound comedy, years of petty squabbles and thwarted love affairs breed miserable hilarity in the countryside: lovers and artists alike struggle with memory, forgetting, and moving on.

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