1. Favorite Chekhov's heroes in a new interpretation.
2. Unexpected denouements of familiar works.
3. Talented acting.
The premiere of the play "Chekhov's Motives" took place in 2016. And since then he has been a success at the "Theater on Tea". Director Alexander Onishchenko based the production on two works by the Irish playwright Brian Frill.
The famous writer of the 20th century used Chekhov's motives in both of his plays. The first part of the performance is Frill's play "Resort Fun". A connoisseur of A.P. Chekhov's creativity can easily find out here the story of a lady with a dog.
All the same end of the 19th century, the same Yalta, the same resort romance that unexpectedly grows into true love. Only now will we hear the thoughts of the heroes, which will help to penetrate deeper into their inner world. The second part is based on the play "After the Curtain". The one-act work belongs to the last in Friel's work.
The author confronts two characters of A. P. Chekhov - Sonya from "Uncle Vanya" and Andrey from "Three Sisters". Aged heroes meet in the 1920s in a cheap Moscow canteen. The emotional burden of old memories weighs on them to this day. The genre "Chekhov's Motives" is a tragicomedy, so there will be room for both laughter and tears.
Cast: Oleg Simonenko and Elena Yuzvak. The age limit for the performance is from 15 years. Waiting for you!