The clear failure of all the relationships in Chekhov's "The Seagull" is almost too much to handle.

Chekhov’s contradictions come to life in “The Seagull”

October 19, 2012
Anton Chekhov subtitled his play “The Seagull:” “a comedy in four acts.” “The Seagull,” a comedy? That’s strange, considering the second line of the play is “I’m in mourning for my life.” But as the director of this undergraduate production Adela Jaffe ’13 reminds us: “When you come to the theater, you are allowed to »