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Culture Project's Lynn Redgrave Theater
45 Bleecker Street New York City, NY 10012
212-925-1806
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55 events
36 reviews
43 stars
There are columns dispersed around the venue so there are a few obstructed seats. OK for a performer who moves around but not for a static play
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11 events
3 reviews
0 stars
The weather was chilly for early April.. I wore jeans..
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Seagull"
18 ratings
3.4 average rating
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130 events
75 reviews
3 stars
attended Nov 02 2013

PERFORMERS WERE GOOD. LOVED THE COSTUMES. THE THEATER WAS NICE. I TRULY ENJOYED MY EXPERIENCE AND THE SHOW.

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Guest
226 events
69 reviews
18 stars
attended Oct 23 2013

This tragicomedy should be renamed "The Bickersons." Ugh. The actors did their best but the material is long, boring, and senseless. Save your time and money.

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Shannon
39 events
10 reviews
-9 stars
attended Oct 15 2013

Amanda Quaid was marvelous as Mary. The rest of the cast just didn't "click" for me. I didn't believe that the other actors were the complex, intriguing characters Chekov created.

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Website

http://www.cultureproject.org

Description

Thomas Kilroy’s version of The Seagull is a dazzling reappraisal of Chekhov’s first great comedy, a story of a distinguished actress and her passionate, lonely son. In the decline of Anglo-Irish estates and the emergence of the Land League, Kilroy unearths fascinating parallels to the shifts in Russian society that inform Chekhov’s original. This acclaimed adaptation illuminates the play’s universal themes while revealing new social and political angles.

About the Ticket Supplier: Culture Project

Blending prize-winning theater with urgent moral drama, Culture Project brings the national political conversation to life on the New York stage.

For more than a decade, Culture Project has told stories as timely as the morning’s newspaper in a way that news articles and editorials can never match.

Through brilliantly conceived, expertly staged dramas, Culture Project sparks conversation, lifts the human heart and incites political action.