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Anton Chekhov

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...

This isn't something that's troubled me for a while. I believe if you and your cast collaboratively identify the motivation behind each line and...

Chekhov's Uncle Vanya was part of Chichester's opening slate of productions when the theatre first opened its doors in 1963. It was then the...

This new production of Chekhov's engrossing drama celebrates the play's 120th anniversary with a new translation by contemporary playwright Torben Betts. Betts has already...
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