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Theater Review: Chasing Chekhov With Nikolai and the Others

May 8, 2013


The American theater suffers from a serious case of Chekhov envy. Dead almost 100 years, the great Russian has his fingerprints on nearly every wistful drama now produced. I?m not complaining; at least it?s not Strindberg. But Chekhov is easier to ape than to assimilate. His unhurried, sideways approach to ... More Ľ

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