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Art, Love, and Loss.

Adapted from the original text, Logan Williams pulls The Seagull's bloody wings into the 21st century in his new adaptation called Chekhov's Children. The show tells the story of art, love and loss. In quintessential Chekhovian style it pulls and winds heartstrings with a wintery sense of humor. Chekhov's plays have been said to create a specific atmosphere through his characters rather than being plot-driven. All of his characters need something desperately, and they're very vocal about it. Acting in a Chekhov play is said to be an actor's dream, because the characters always say exactly what they are thinking. Be it new forms in the theatre, becoming a famous actress, gaining approval, being left alone, or simply living—every character is on a journey to attain a sense of fulfillment. It is the interaction between these flesh and blood human beings that creates the beauty of this story.

This is the final poster. Click on arrows below to see the various poster design concepts.

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CAST 

KOSTYA | Misunderstood and understated; in love | Jeremy Michael Segal
NINA |
Inexperienced (and coincidentally shattered) | Lily Maclean
MASHA |
 An undiscovered Taj Mahal | Delphine DiTecco
MEDVEDENKO |
A man of untold tales | Kyle Mcilhone
IRINA ARKADINA |
A woman of many colors | Arielle Palik
BORIS TRIGORIN |
Unfair and manipulative | Lucas Chartier-Dessert
PYOTR SORIN |
An insane geezer | James Senecal
POLINA ANDREYEVNA |
 In the middle of broken womanhood | Liana Bdewi
ILYA SHAMRAYEV |
 Smokes marijuana | Ben Walsh
YEVGENY DORN|
 Mystery; loves company | Amos Bohoussou
 

 

ORIGINAL TEXT BY | Anton Chekhov

ADAPTED BY | Logan Williams

DIRECTED BY | Logan Williams
STAGE MANAGED BY | Gabriela Saltiel
SET & COSTUMES DESIGN BY | Logan Williams
LIGHTING DESIGN BY | Alexander Smith
SOUND DESIGN BY |Logan Williams 

& Jeremy Michael Segal

ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR | Beata Groves
 

Photos of Chekhov's Children

Rehearsal photos by Gabriela Saltiel

Promotional photos by Davina Palik

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