Anton Chekhov’s play written in 1895 and the first of the playwright’s masterworks, concerns the romantic entanglements and regrets of a group of actors, writers and artists gathered on a Russian estate. One of the theatre’s great plays about writing, The Seagull conveys the struggle for new forms and the frustrations and fulfillment of putting words on a page. This critically-acclaimed Royal Court Theatre production from London stars Kristin Scott Thomas in her Olivier Award-winning performance as Arkadina. Peter Sarsgaard also stars as Trigorin.
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