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 • 1
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 »