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Anton Chekhov

As the daughter of famous performers, Kate Burton has forged her own distinguished stage career, known for playing Chekhov and Shakespeare as well as...

Veteran Russian director Lev Dodin’s acutely perceptive retelling of Chekhov's Three Sisters ditches lavish staging to focus on its essential themes of thwarted love...

Not exactly buy one, get one free. But an imaginative piece of Theatre Royal Bath summer season programming has linked next month's new version...

I’ve always considered it a shame that although one can emerge from the theatre disappointed, in the opposite circumstance one cannot say: “I was...

When first starting out as a writer, a mentor predicted that, since diversity was all the rage, I would ‘make it’ before my non-ethnic...

Chekhov was funny. Not ha-ha funny all the time, but funny nonetheless. Terry Johnson’s new version of Uncle Vanya – which he also directs...

Tabard likes a site-specific piece as much as the next man, but a performance of The Cherry Orchard did catch his attention this week. Where...

“Dear William. You are so lucky to be dead.” That was just one of the hundred or so comments underneath my Guardian review of...

Lucy Osborne’s design makes an immediate impact on entering the auditorium for this new production of Uncle Vanya. The boughs of a tree vie...
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