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The Seagull


Presented by Theatre Novi Most
 
March 4 - 27
 
Theatre Novi Most presents the iconic Russian classic by Anton Chekhov about love, art and the power and meaning of symbols, The Seagull. This production staged by Russian director Vladimir Rovinsky, disentangles the play from the cliches of samovars, corsets, and the “mysterious Russian soul” and instead addresses our contemporary world of disconnection and the desperate longing for love that is our seething, vibrating underbelly. In this existential and darkly humorous mediation on the stakes of living life and making art in a world where we are never more alone than when we are together, Theatre Novi Most reminds us that Chekhov is supremely one of us.

Event type:
Theatre
Performance run time:
2.5 hours, including a 15 minute intermission

Ticket Prices:  (no additional per ticket fees)

General Admission: $24
Student (with ID): $18
ARTshare Members:  FREE
Tuesday - Pay What You Can: $0, $5, $10, $15, $20 or $24
“It’s Chekhov via Beckett” – Vladimir Rovinsky 

The cast includes Barbra Berlovitz (Arcadina), *Nathan Christopher (Treplev), Julianna Drajko (Masha), *Paul de Cordova (Trigorin), *Terry Hempleman (Sorin), Kimberly Richardson (Paulina), Shelby Richardson (Nina), *Pearce Bunting (Dorn), Matt Wall (Medvedenko). 

*Denotes a member of Actors Equity Association 

Presented with support from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council.

“… poetic athleticism, muscular physical approach and balls-to-the-wall Kushnerian depth and weight…” - Jeremy Cohen Minnesota Playlist

“…rich and visual and non-linear and strange and sexy…” Matthew Everett Twin Cities Daily Planet

Extras are free to attend:
  • Post show talk backs on 3/5, 3/17
  • Pre show talk and slide show lecture on Chekhov and Russian Theatre with Lisa Channer and Vladimir Rovinsky on 3/5 at 5:00 and 3/17 at 5:00
  • Russian actor training lecture/workshop in Michael Chekhov Technique and Biomechanics taught by visiting Russian teacher Elena Kuzina and Seagull director Vladimir Rovinsky 3/26 from 4:30 - 6:00. 
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