Чайка (2002)  

Сцена из спектакля
Чайка (2002)  

Сорин - Юрий Яковлев

Чайка (2002)  

Аркадина - Людмила Максакова
Чайка (2002)  

Тригорин - Сергей Маковецкий

Чайка (2002)  

Треплев - Владимир Епифанцев

Чайка (2002)  

Дорн - Вячеслав Шалевич
Полина Андреевна - Ольга Тумайкина
Чайка (2002)  

Маша — Мария  Шастина
Чайка (2002)  

Тригорин - Сергей Маковецкий
Нина - Анна  Ходюш
Чайка (2002)  

Дорн - Вячеслав Шалевич

Чайка (2002)  

Шамраев — Андрей Зарецкий
Чайка (2002)  

Треплев - Владимир Епифанцев
Заречная - Анна Ходюш
Чайка (2002)  

Аркадина - Людмила Максакова
Тригорин - Сергей Маковецкий
Чайка (2002)  
Шамраев - Андрей Зарецкий

 

You will see gloomy ruins on the stage and prethunderstorm sky in the background. “The Seagull” is considered to be the most ruthless and mysterious of all Chekhov’s plays. Here people do not listen to each other. They brawl, fall in love and duel. Each of them is conceited, selfish and peddling. Each of them strives for glory. It is impossible to figure out who is talented and who is not. But what if all of them are mediocre people and so are their lives?

“The Seagull” directed by Pavel Safonov is lavish with humour and that makes the tragic aftertaste not so depressing. Rapture and dazzling, ravishing harmony remain when the curtain falls.

 

Director

Pavel Safonov

Author of the stage design idea

Vladimir Epifantsev

Set designer

Maxim Obrezkov

Costumes

Tatyana Zotova

Marina Savchuk

Make-up artist

Olga Kalyavina

Lighting designer

Vladimir Amelin

Music

Vladimir Maevskiy

Characters:
Irina Nikolaevna Arkadina

Lyudmila Maksakova

Konstantin Gavrilovich Treplev

Vladimir Epifantsev

Pyotr Nikolaevich Sorin

Yury Yakovlev

Alexander Grave

Evgeny Karelskih

Nina Mikhaylovna Zarechnaya

Anna Khodush

Boris Alekseevich Trigorin

Sergey Makovetskiy

Evgeny Sergeevich Dorn

Vyacheslav Shalevich

Artur Ivanov

Ilya Afanasyevich Shamraev

Andrei Zaretskiy

Polina Andreevna

Olga Tumaikina

Alexandra Streltsina

Masha

Maria Shastina

Semyon Semyonovich Medvedenko

Victor Dobronravov

Artur Ivanov

Spartak Sumchenko

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