Tag Archives: Anton Chekhov

December 11

The Seagull – Actors transcend writers by the embodiment of text. (Theatre Review)

The Seagull The Depot Theatre with Secret House Theatre Company From 6 – 16 December. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Bob Seary The aesthetic stage, by its very nature, is severed by the ethical problem of concrete existence – self choice. The stage is for Chekhov an artificial actuality or shadow existence. Theatre […]

August 01

Three Sisters – Anton Chekhov made “now” by SUDS. (Theatre review)

Three Sisters 30 July to 9 August Sydney University Dramatic Society. You can grab tickets here.  It is a very interesting thing to see a strong, large cast of exquisitely beautiful young people performing Anton Chekhov’s great existential tragedy, but even more interesting when they’re located in 2014 Sydney as a backdrop against a bitterly […]