The Seagull by Anton Chekhov adapted by Joan Oliver
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It’s sunset on a summer’s day in a makeshift theatre overlooking a lake. The setting for Konstantin’s cutting-edge performance; a performance that proves to be the catalyst that will change the lives of everyone involved forever.
The Seagull is generally considered to be the first of Chekhov’s four major plays. This masterly meditation dramatises the artistic conflicts of the various characters, and the unrequited passions that leads to a chain of love and disappointments for all.
This performance contains:
- Strobe lighting
- Replica Gun
- Gunshot sound effects
- Death (including the death of an infant)
- Low Fog
Cast in alphabetical order
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Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
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