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The Seagull
The Seagull

AIR DATE: February 1, 2012

Anton Chekhov's classic play brings some very tangled human relationships to a country estate - an actress, her lover, her son and his lover all meet on a country estate. We do not see the momentous events of the play such as the relationship between the actress's lover and her son's girlfriend. But the action of the play deals with the stoic pain of those involved. Nevada Conservatory Theatre is presenting the play at the Judy Bayley Theatre.

Michael Lugering, Dir, "The Seagull"
Rayme Cornell, plays Arkadina in "The Seagull"
John Maltese, plays Konstanin in "The Seagull"

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