The Seagull

The Seagull is Anton Chekhov’s first major play, originally produced in 1896. It dramatizes the romantic and artistic conflicts between four characters: the famous middlebrow story writer Boris Trigorin, the ingenue Nina, the fading actress Irina Arcadina, and her son, the symbolist playwright Constantine Treplef.
Mme. Arcadina, an actress: Elizabeth Klett
Constantine Treplef, her son: Andy Harrington
Sorin, her brother: Ron Altman
Nina, daughter of a rich landowner: Amanda Friday
Shamrayef, manager of Sorin’s estate: Denis Daly
Pauline, his wife: Linda Barrans
Masha, their daughter: Leanne Yau
Trigorin, a writer: David Prickett
Dorn, a doctor: Tovarisch
Medvedenko, a schoolmaster: Jeff Moon
Yakof: Noel Badrian
Cook: Maureen Boutillier
Narrator: Ted Wenskus
Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett

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