Actresses: An Adaptation Of Chekhov's "The Seagull"

Experimental Theatre • Running Time: 65 mins
Written by Anton Chekhov | Directed by Rachel Shull and Raven Scott | Performed by Gabriel Meltz, Rachel Shull and Mathew Bazulka | Music by Mathew Bazulka | Set Design by Jake Singer
Using the classic text of The Seagull, Black Hole Collective explores performance and performing gender. Three actresses pick apart Chekhov's creative constraints and reimagine his boundaries in an unpredictably intimate, ruthless search of soul and self worth. Lift our curtain, find your light and witness the songs of our soaring starlet.

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