based on the play by Anton Chekhov
"The Seagull" was Chekhov's first big play, which brought him noisy success. According to Gorky, the life described by Chekhov in The Seagull has risen to a new height to a "spiritualized and deeply thought out symbol."
The play was the first classical work, taken for rethinking and modern embodiment in our theater. It is presented as a psychological drama in which all the heroes feel constant dissatisfaction and cannot find reassurance against the background of the mystery of life and the concealment from them of the meaning and reason for their being.
Irina Nikolaevna Arkadina - Irina Rogozina
Konstantin Gavrilovich Treplev - Garik Polyakov
Petr Nikolaevich Sorin - Sergey Ostrovsky
Nina Zarechnaya - Elizaveta Yanovich
Ilya Afanasevich Shamraev - Leonid Brody
Polina Andreevna - Irina Shakhova
Masha - Anna Chulyukina
Boris Alekseevich Trigorin - Dmitry Savransky
Evgeny Sergeevich Dorn - Alexander Grainovsky
Semen Semenovich Medvedenko - Yuri Maslyukov
Jacob - Evgueniy Beliy
STAGE DIRECTOR - IRINA ROGOZINA
SOUND OPERATOR - YURI SHAKHOV
DIRECTOR - DMITRY SHAKHOV
video coverage NewsRTvi - A new production of the Russian theater of Greater Washington has gathered Chekhov's fans in the auditorium of the American capital. Premiere of "The Seagulls" at the Experiment Theater.