The Bridge Production Group presents this funny, fierce, and heartbreaking homage to Anton Chekhov's 'The Seagull.' More…
Steven Dietz puts Chekhov's star-crossed lovers in a room and doesn't let them out. In 43 variations on their famous final scene, Nina (a young actress) and Treplev (a young writer), pit their vibrant wit and soaring passions against one another in a fast-paced tour de force of romantic entanglement.
See it if You want to see a play about a man in love with someone who falls in love with another. You want to see a good play with great performers.
Don't see it if You don't like simple staging in intimate spacing. You are not interested in a love story.
See it if you follow complex dialog and relationships in Chekhov style, are familiar with the subplot of Nina/Treplev in "The Seagull," can sit 75 min
Don't see it if you prefer linear plots, light comedy, extensive costumes, lighting, staging or musicals, have short attention span, or will not think hard
See it if Small, methodic (to a dizzying degree) is your thing. Familiar with The Seagull.
Don't see it if Linear, decisive theater is expected. Not familiar with The Seagull, by Chekov.
See it if You want to explore another take on The Seagull, a classic play by Chekov and see fresh young actors trying very hard.
Don't see it if You like plays with a strong plot.