September 25-October 25, 2009
By Anton Chekhov
In a garden by a lake, a family assembles to watch a play. Little can they guess how that performance will change their lives. Written in 1896, Chekhov's tragicomedy of life and art astonished the old century as it heralded the birth of modern drama. Dreams born and shattered, loves won and lost, The Seagull paints a rich and tumultuous portrait of the human heart.