The Seagull

If you’ve been worried about feeling too happy lately, take in a viewing of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, which follows its characters through bouts of depression, unrequited love and artistic paralysis. First produced in 1896 (to boos and critical disdain), the masterpiece of subtext remains a classic, thanks to Chekhov’s keen portrayal of human foibles. With celebrated local director John Langs at the helm, expect to experience the entire spectrum of human emotion—from passion to pathos.

January 23-Febraury 10, 2013

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700 Union St.
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