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Chekhov in New York

It’s been a long time since my previous blog post…

Along with my work as the translator for Viola Spolin’s Improvisation For The Theater, I have been busy working on a new project, a new web-series on my favorite Russian; Anton Chekhov’s work. 359 more words


Edinburgh Fringe 2014 Review: 15% of the Seagull

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9 August 2014, ThreeWeeks Edinburgh Review

Thespians are an endless source of comedy, and Chekhov’s ‘The Seagull’ is ripe for picking. Here we see Liberty Martin, the highly strung half of this duo, desperate to direct, produce and act in ‘The Seagull’ despite only having one actor left – Cheryl Mayer, the seemingly dull half of the act. 66 more words


Edinburgh Fringe 2014 Review: To Chekhov with Love

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9 August 2014, ThreeWeeks Edinburgh Review

‘To Chekhov with Love’ is exactly what one would expect: an homage to Chekhov, celebrating him and the characters he crafted. 91 more words


Edinburgh Fringe 2014: Bitesize Chekhov

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8 August 2014, ThreeWeeks Edinburgh Review

D’animate and ‘Bitesize Chekhov’ make a welcome return to the Fringe. Chekhov is notoriously difficult to decipher, but this production provides an approachable and highly enjoyable introduction, with three of his one act plays. 89 more words


The Possibilities of Xianxia (and Stealing from Chekhov) – I Shall Seal The Heavens Volume 1


I spent 5 hours reading the entire first volume of I Shall Seal The Heavens. I think of it as time amazingly well spent. 898 more words


Book #32: Uncle Vanya

Title: Uncle Vanya
Author: Anton Checkhov
Publication Date: First published 1897
Page Count: 82
Genre: Drama
Why: I am on a play binge. 1,620 more words