Uncle Vanya Under New Direction

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“What happens onstage should be just as complicated and just as simple as things are in real life,” Anton Chekhov once said, and Uncle Vanya, with its embrace of life’s painful and funny ironies, is a perfect tragicomic example. A lot happens in the four-act play, but little changes—but under Kathryn MacMillan’s direction in a powerfully affecting production by Lantern Theater Company, inertia has never been so involving.
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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    nice post. thanks.

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  2. Nino Levin says:

    Я не видела спектакль, но критическая статья написана очень образно. А самое удивительное, что филадельфийские актеры смогли вжиться в “непростую русскую душу” и таким образом воплотить на сцене характеры чеховских героев.

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