1. Favorite Chekhov heroes in a new interpretation.
2. Unexpected outcomes of familiar works.
3. A talented game of actors.
The premiere of the play "Chekhov's Motives" took place in 2016. And since then he has been successfully going to the Theater on the Tea Room. Director Alexander Onishchenko laid the foundation for the production of two works of the Irish playwright Brian Friell.
The famous writer of the 20th century used Chekhovian motifs in both of his plays. The first part of the play is Freill's play Resort Fun. A connoisseur of creativity A.P. Chekhov will 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, which suddenly develops into true love. Only now we will 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". One-act work refers to the latter in the work of Friel.
The author pushes two characters of A.P. Chekhov - Sonia from "Uncle Vanya" and Andrei from "Three Sisters". Aged heroes are found in the 1920s in a cheap Moscow canteen. The emotional load of old memories presses on them so far. The genre of Chekhov’s motives is a tragicomedy, therefore there will be a place for laughter and tears.
Cast: Oleg Simonenko and Elena Yuzvak. There is an age limit for the performance - from 15 years. Waiting for you!