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The Sea Gull

By Anton Chekhov
Translation by Stark Young

Performance Information

Director & Vocal Coach
PETER JACK TKATCH
Scenic Designer
CORY RODRIGUEZ
Costume Designer
MARTIN A. THALER
Lighting Designer
LAUREN GLOVER
Sound Designer
ADAM KREBS
Production Stage Manager
CAROLINE HILL

Cast:

Leandra Brixey Irina Nicolayevna Arcadina, Madam Trepleff, an actress    
Matthew Trollinger Constantine Gavrilovitch Trepleff, her son    
Bretton John Reis Peter Nicolayevitch Sorin, her brother    
Paige Kelley Nina Mikhailovna Zaryechney, daughter of a wealthy landowner    
Carter Beidler Ilya Afanasyevitch Shamreyeff, a retired lieutenant, Sorin's steward    
Emily Lahteine Pauline Andreyevna, his wife    
Molly Dowd Sullivan Masha (Marya Ilyinishna), his daughter    
Joshua Clarke Boris Alexeyevitch Trigorin, a literary man    
Nilsen Schilling Eugene Sergeyevitch Dorn, a doctor    
Colin Moon Semyon Semyonovitch Medvedenko, a schoolmaster    
Micah P. Plante Yacov, a laborer    
Spencer Leopold Cohen Cook    
Melody Martin Housemaid    

Synopsis:

Why do we always want what we can't, or shouldn't have? The Sea Gull is a slice-of-life drama set in the lush countryside where artists are plentiful, love is in the air, and jealousy lingers. Rich with passion and raw emotion, the timeless pursuit of love, art and unrequited desire.

Chekhov famously described The Sea Gull as "a comedy with ...a landscape, lots of talk about literature, a little action and a ton of love."

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Last modified September 07 2010 09:11 AM