Informal Play Reading for July:
Informal Play Reading For July:
By Anton Chekhov (1895)
Adapted by Libby Appel
Literal Translation by Allison Horsley
Commissioned by The Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Artistic Director Bill Rauch / Executive Director Paul Nicholson
This reading has been made possible through special arrangement with Abrams Artists Agency.
Directed by Warren Sampson
WHEN & TIME:
SA, July 21, 2012 - 7:30p.m.
The Drama Group Studio Theatre
330 West 202nd Street
Chicago Heights, IL
Konstantin, an aspiring playwright, lives in the shadow of his famous and successful actress mother Arkadina and her current love, the successful writer Trigorin. Konstantin longs for fame and recognition as a writer. He also longs for love and acceptance from his mother and from the beautiful aspiring actress Nina. These two themes, unrequited love and the desire for fame, weave themselves throughout Anton Chekhov's funny and moving masterpiece. Playing out over the course of two years at a lakeside estate in Russia in the 1890ís, Seagull is romantic and magical.
Please Join Us For This Informal Reading & Bring a Friend or Two!
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