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Aesthetics of Longing - Chekhov: "Man is what he believes."

Fig tree, Adriatic sea, ruins and a cross – a combination that cannot lead to a bad image.

Chekhov's Grand Piano - world premiere

3rd March 2017, 8pm

Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre, Walton-on-Thames

Viv McLean

David le Page

Nesley Joy

Susan Porrett

Following on from the success of ‘Sweet Harmony’ and ‘Divine Fire’, 7 Star Arts is proud to collaborate once again with Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre on a new multi-genre production. 276 more words

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The Revolution of Artistic Expression

The late nineteenth century was a period of tremendous change as political empires broke up, nationalism arose, the power of the middle class replaced that of the aristocracy, and colonialism flourished. 528 more words

The Revolution of Artistic Expression

The late nineteenth century was a period of tremendous change as political empires broke up, nationalism arose, the power of the middle class replaced that of the aristocracy, and colonialism flourished. 614 more words

The Anton Chekhov-George Saunders Humanity Kit: An Introduction

A little over three years ago I asked George Saunders whether I could sit in on one of his MFA classes at Syracuse, and, flabbergastingly, he said okay. 375 more words

Nonfiction

Sober in Vegas: Majestic Repertory Theatre

Took this weekend off from social media and online outlets for the most part.

With everything going on in the world  I was starting to feel overwhelmed, sad, and hopeless. 388 more words

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The Pressure to be GREAT

In acts one and two of The Sea-Gull, Anton Chekhov introduces to the audience a wishful playwright, Treplieff, who wishes to introduce a new art form to the theatre of his day as he “despises the modern stage” (act i). 505 more words