Chekhov's great tragicomic eulogy for a passing way of life represents, according to Robert Brustein, qsome kind of powerful culmination of all his dramas up to that time.q This superb adaptation illuminates Chekhov's fine mind, discriminating heart, and beautiful soul, and is wonderfully playable.You must get your degree. You dona#39;t do anything; youa#39;re tossed around by fate from place to place; and thata#39;s not right. Ia#39;m telling the truth, no? And you must do something to make your beard grow. (laughing) You look so funny. TROFIMOVIanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cherry Orchard|
|Publisher||:||Ivan R. Dee - 1995-09-01|