The Seagull

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by Anton Chekhov

The famous actress, Arkadina, comes to her brother’s estate in the country for the summer, bringing her lover, the novelist Trigorin, with her. Her son Constantin, who lives on the estate, is an aspiring playwright who tries to impress his self-serving mother with his “new” ideas of the theatre. His love for his mother and a young neighbor, Nina, are horribly thwarted in this slice-of-life Russian drama.

Cast:

  • Arkadina–Amy Canfield
  • Konstantin–James Lockhart
  • Trigorin–M.J. Savastano
  • Nina–Shawnda Urie
  • Sorin–Eddie Coomber
  • Shamrayev–Alana Ghent
  • Polina–Kimberly Day
  • Masha–Katie Keating
  • Dorn–Doug Durlacher
  • Medvedenko–Justin Rielly
  • Yakov–Richard Kendrick

This reading is scheduled for:

Saturday May. 23, 2020 08:00 PM (concluded)

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