Christian Murray and Dennis Fitzgerald (photo by Cylla von Tiedemann)Theatre shines a light on the desire for life’s reset button.
by Christian Baines
Whether the audience knows or likes Chekhov is largely immaterial.
His wake up call comes at a performance of Chekhov’s The Three Sisters, which forces him to view his life for what it is. In short, writer Michel Nadeau has accomplished no small feat in using a play about nothing as a platform for a play that goes all over the map of human experience. Whether the audience knows or likes Chekhov is largely immaterial.
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