Stage Russia: THE SEAGULL

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Don't be like these guys! 

Get some hair of the dog that bit you, and add some culture at the same time at the 2018/19 season of HIGHBROW HANGOVER.

STAGE RUSSIA films productions from Russia's most renowned theater companies and distributes them in HD into cinemas across the globe.  

Brunch can be brought in from any number of delightful restaurants in our neighborhood.

Stage Russia: THE SEAGULL

Showtimes

Sunday, Apr 14
11:00am
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Creative Team

​Director - Yury Butusov
Set Designer - Alexander Shishkin
Music - Faustas Latenas
Lighting Designer - Anatoly Kuznecov
Sound - Ekaterina Pavlova and Dariya Kascheeva
Stage Manager - Angelika Ramazanova

Cast

​Irina Nikolaevna Arkadina - Polina Raykina
Konstantin Gavrilovich Treplev - Timofey Tribuntcev
Petr Nikolaevich Sorin - Vladimir Bolshov
Nina Zarechnaya - Agrippina Steklova
Ilya Afanasyevich Shamraev - Anton Kuznetcov
Polina Andreevn - Lika Nifontova
Masha - Mariana Spivak
Boris Alekseevich Trigorin - Denis Sukhanov
Evgeniy Sergeevich Dorn - Artem Osipov
Semen Semenovich Medvedenko - Anton Kuznecov
Dancing girl - Marina Drovosekova
Yakov - Sergey Bubnov
Treplev's monologue in Act 4 - Yury Butusov

Presented in Russian with English subtitles.

The film will run for 3 hours and 45 min
- 2 hours acts 1 and 2
- a 15 min intermission
- 1 hour 30 minutes acts 3 and 4

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THE SEAGULL

Anton Chekhov’s first of four major plays dramatizes the romantic and artistic conflicts between its four main characters: Boris Trigorin, a well-known writer, the ingenue Nina, the fading actress Irina Arkadina, and her son the would-be playwright Konstantin Tréplev. Yury Butusov's frenetic production abounds in an incredible freedom and openness, delving deep into the throes of artistic creation and the anguish of the artist who struggles to find a language of his own. This is not only a performance about the theatre, it is an anthology of the theatre that devours its children like monsters.

With the shuffling of actors' roles, you begin to sense something of a quadraphonic portrait of the creative personality, which demonstrates that greatness is precariously close to mediocrity while suggesting that the opposite is also true. Chekhov's characters are in the process of creating their lives or watching them fall apart, which, according to Butusov, may be a closely related activity.

Special Admission

$10; ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE.