Scandal's Kate Burton in Chekhov's The Seagull
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The last date listed for The Seagull was Sunday April 6, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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i went alone. The seat in row D of the mezzanine was a good one. The play is well acted and beautifully designed. I liked it a lot, but the theme of people being stuck in their character, and in love with people who don't love them, is very Chekhovian and becomes somewhat depressing (for me) . But really well done for Chekhov lovers.
Quotes & Highlights
See Artistic Director Peter DuBois discuss The Seagull on YouTube.