by Anton Chekhov

Translated by Paul Schmidt

Directed by Aaron M. Hodge
Production Dates: February 14-23, 2020
Production Location: The Grange Theatre, South Pomfret
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Our Cast:
Irína – Rebecca Bailey
Konstantín – Christian Coffman
Sórin – Dan Deneen
Nína – Katie Cawley
Shemráyev – Joseph Ronan
Paulína – Courtney Hollingsworth
Másha – Chelsea Mojallali
Trigórin – Mark Alloway
Dorn – Jim Schley
Medvedénko – Cedar Davidson
Yákov – Greg Decel
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov is credited as the first play written with realistic casual dialogue. Love affairs, dysfunctional families, and poetic melancholy abound in this tragicomedy set on a lakefront estate in the Russian countryside. Intellectuals clash with farmers, doctors clash with patients, and writers loath one another in the pursuit of meaningful creation. At the heart of it all is flinching hope, unrequited desire, and the lonely romance of truth.