The Seagull, by Chekhov
Written by Anton Chekhov
Translated by Ryan McKittrick and Julia Smeliansky
Directed by Summer Session
March 5-13, 2022
Robert Cohen Theatre
The first of Anton Chekhov’s realistic plays, The Seagull is a 4 act, slice of life drama filled with comedic irony about artists navigating through life. The play deals with the human condition and the conflict between ourselves and others. Come along with us as we delve into artistic creation, anguish, compassion and the struggles of an artist in this new take on a well known classic.
* Please join us for a TalkBack with cast & crew, after the 2:00 p.m. matinee performance on Sun., Mar. 6.
Join your fellow ARTeaters! UCI Student ticket-holders after the Fri., Mar. 11 evening performance can stay for a fun opportunity to meet members of the artistic team and have a light refreshment celebrating live performances in CTSA's Drama Department. See the list of all Friday Night Drama shows, here. Meet up outside on the Green Room Café patio.
The first 100 UCI Students to scan tickets at the performance entrance will be invited to a post-performance gathering/event. Purchasing a ticket does not guarantee a spot at the post-performance gathering/event.
General admission: $19
Seniors, Groups 10+, UCI Faculty & Staff: $16
Arts Packages: $15
UCI Students & Children under 17: $12
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