Theatre Program

The Seagull

By: Anton Chekov
Directed By: M. Kate Sinnett
Scenic Design: David R. Borron
Lighting Design: Grant E. Merges
Costume Design: Jeffrey Bleam

March 21 – 26
Performing Arts Center – Arena Stage

The Seagull has been one of Anton Chekhov's best-loved plays since it was produced and directed by Konstantin Stanislavski at his newly founded Moscow Art Theatre in 1898. The central storyline of the play follows the young writer, Konstantin Treplev, as he struggles to create "new forms" of theatrica; expression, and to win the heart of the lovely aspiring actress, Nina. Yet this play is not your usual love story. Nina and Konstantin are surrounded by a web of eccentric characters who are each locked in their own obsessive pursuits of someone or something that they may have lost long ago or may never attain.

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Konstantin Gavrilovich Treplev - Eric Lommel
Pyotr Niklolaevich Sorin - Bob Helland
Semyon Semyonovich Medvedenko - John Larson
Marya Illichnya Shamraev - Amy Carlson
Nina Mikhailovna Zarechnya - Krista Larson
Polina Andreevna - Kathleen Toensing
Yevgeny Sergeevich Dorn - Michel Tchang
Ilya Afanasevich Shamraev - Matthew Earley
Irina Nikolaevna Arkadina - Jenny Oakes
Boris Alekseevich Trigorin - Michael Jamnick

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