The Seagull, by Anton Chekhov and directed by Chris Abraham. January 11 to February 8, 2015 at the Berkeley Street Theatre.
Tickets: $22 – $49 | 416 368 3110 | @crowstheatre | #CrowsSeagull
A play about the cruelty of love – and about the heartbreakingly wide expanse between the life we live and the life we long for. Chekhov’s The Seagull was a spectacular failure when it premiered in 1895, but has survived to become one of the masterpieces of the modern era. Siminovitch Prize winner Chris Abraham brings to life this astonishingly contemporary play about a family at the end of an era, with an all-star Canadian cast.
Starring: Christine Horne, Marcus Jamin, Tom McCamus, Yanna McIntosh, Tony Nappo, Tara Nicodemo, Eric Peterson, Gregory Prest, Philip Riccio, Tom Rooney and Bahia Watson.
Set and Costume Design: Julie Fox | Lighting Design: Kimberly Purtell | Sound Design: Thomas Ryder Payne
Adapted by Robert Falls | Based on a translation by George Calderon | Produced in association with Canadian Stage and The Company Theatre.