Chekhov One Acts
April 9 @ 12:00 am - April 18 @ 11:30 pm$10
This production encompasses the presentation of three one-act plays by playwright Anton Chekhov,
director Alex Bulova will explore both the humor and frustration with breakdowns of person-to-person communication. The three comedic plays will comprise a virtual-theater experience of approximately 60 minutes in length. The plays have been adapted slightly to be more instantly relatable for contemporary audiences. In addition, traditional societal roles represented in the works have been adapted to reflect a more modern, more inclusive representation. The titles (albeit adapted):
- “THE PROPOSAL” (estimated approximately 30 minutes)
- “THE BEAR” (estimated approximately 20 minutes)
- “AND THE DANGERS OF TOBACCO” (estimated approximately 10 minutes)
Attendees who view the work on opening day will be given a separate private invitation to a Zoom call, where the director and members of the cast will host an audience Q&A about the experience. This will be done ‘live’ and will only happen on one instance.