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Uncle Vanya

In her latest adaption of Chekhov, Anya Reiss has relocated Uncle Vanya to a rusted, corrugated iron farmhouse in 21st century Yorkshire. While Reiss ...
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Three Sisters

Konchalovsky is not only a legendary film-maker but, on the evidence of his productions now in London, a great theatre director. The two productions o...
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Uncle Vanya

Chekhov’s Uncle Vanyais subtitled Scenes from County Life in Four Acts and the irony is apparent at the outset of Konchalovsky’s production with Mosco...
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Three Sisters

Anya Reiss' new adaptation of Chekhov's 'Three Sisters' translates the struggles of the Prozorov family, as they attempt to find meaning in an empty s...
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The Seagull

Chekhov’s marvellous play The Seagull is performing at The Lowry as a superbly casted and insightfully updated rendition, and it retains its coldness ...