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1987
The Seagull By Anton Chekhov
Adapted by Thomas Kilroy (?)
Directed by David Hitchenson (?)
BBC Radio 4 18.04.1987 Saturday Night Theatre
Length: 1:29:12

1993
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov
Recorded on location in Russia
Adapted by Martyn Wade.
Produced by Cherry Cookson
BBC Radio 4 01.11.1993 Monday Play

2006
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov
Translated by Yerlev Bettefen
Adapted by Chris Fallon
Music by Simon Russell and Lisa Sadovy
Technical Presentation by Keith Graham
Directed by Gordon House assisted by Tabitha Duncan
BBC World Service 19.03.2006

2010
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov
Translation by George Calderon
Adapted by Stuart Paterson
Directed by Dominic Hill
BBC Radio 3 31.01.2010

SummaryEdit

In part a tragic play about eternally unhappy people, Chekhov has always surprised his audiences by viewing it as a comedy, poking fun at human folly. All the characters are dissatisfied with their lives. Some desire love. Some yearn for success. Some crave artistic genius. But no one ever seems to attain happiness. When famous actress Irina Arkadina arrives to spend the summer on her brother Sorin's country estate, tempers inevitably get frayed.


The CastsEdit

1987 Production

1993 Production


2006 Production

2010 Production

ReferencesEdit

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