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Chekov and Tagore

This is an old paper from my community college days. 

Could Chekov and Tagore contrast in style, content, tone, and focus any more than they do? 1,018 more words

68 - Three Sisters

Three Sisters
Anton Chekov, trans. Sarah Ruhl
6F 9M

I’ve been waiting to read this script since this book was known as ‘Two Plays I Didn’t Write’. 793 more words


Chekov, the Boy Vonder

Ever wondered why Chekov had such goofy hair? Or why he looked so familiar? For those who knew The Monkees (that imitation boy band of the Beatles,) Davy Jones is the answer. 166 more words

Science Fiction, Star Trek,


Of late, the news we hear or read seems only about mindless violence, ignorant hatred and uncaring inaction.  Wanting and needing a reprieve from the depressing madness, I diverge from satire and parody and post a lighthearted lyric of life and love. 182 more words


Chekov's Squirtgun

Photos and director’s note from Chekov’s Squirtgun, a trio of short comedies by Anton Chekhov
Blue Slipper Theatre, 2013

“The Proposal” and “The Bear” featured Bret Kinslow, Sherry Pikul and Aaron Schuerr. 20 more words


Chekov's Squirtgun

Chekov’s Squirtgun featuring
The Proposal, On the Harmful Effects of Tobacco and The Bear by Anton Chekov
Blue Slipper Theatre, 2013
Directed & Designed by Marc Beaudin, 280 more words

Set Design

A fragment....

The world had changed, at least the bit of it that surrounded Chris had and he hadn’t noticed until now. In the same way that you don’t notice children growing up until you look at the marks and dates on the door frame where you ritually measured them off every year, it was only in long casted moments of reflection that he realised the problem. 752 more words

Albert Camus