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Chekhov read the play in front of a wide company, this was the mouetge audience of the Seagull, and the theatre critics mainly used to the overwhelming plots of Sardou and Dumas generally didn’t like it. The author has disappeared in the meantime.
The Seagull has failed for the first time at the premiere. Many were trying to find its reasons.
La Mouette de Tchekhov
Most of the critics considered that the play has failed because it was a weak drama. The instructions for the scenery, sounds, noises, movements and actors demonstrate the idea that this theatre should be based on being and life, not on a playing-game.
Comedy, three female and six male roles, four acts, a landscape a panorama of the lakemany discussions about literature, little action, five pounds of love. Still, what he had to bear at 17th October and the days after was incomparable to everything before. Chekhov lost his polite patience to the end of the summer and instead of detailed texts he started giving short instructions to Potapenko who was discussing with the censors in the name of Chekhov.
La Mouette de Tchekhov – Avignon 2012
After making a lot of promises that he would never deal with theatre again, after a good many one-act plays performed all over Russia, Chekhov started to write a new drama on the 21st of October, Stanislavsky succeeded in building this fourth wall so dominantly that since then everybody constantly wants to demolish it, together with the other three.
He was a weakling, an extremely complacent Trigorin – wrote Ephros about him. It is the creation of a second realism. Jamais le public de Moscou n’avait vu pareil spectacle. Theatre critics blamed first of all him and his play, not the theatre, the direction or the actors. Since then this realism stays in theatre as some kind of illness or virtue?
Mizinova to Chekhov, Pochrovskoye, 1st November Une intrigue bien mince pour un enjeu aussi vital. Thus I will have at least a little hope left. His figure was built on one single feature: Nuits blanches et crises de nerfs.
The actors haven’t memorised their roles On the evening of 17th Octoberbefore the premiere, the lx reached the summit. Here is one typical example out of the many, written by an otherwise important literary critic: His diary has preserved only a few sentences with the date of 17th October: The date of the premiere was 17th December As if given the cue, the entire audience started to mokette, laugh, hiss and beat with the feet.
Is it possible that skills and popularity are sufficient reasons to evoke it? Conflits entre directeurs, conflits entre mouettw et bailleurs de fond. Chekhov, who has for a long time fled from Saint Petersburg, and could read the enthusiastic and therefore far too doubtful reassurance in the letters of his friends, was fully aware of the situation.
Not the director, but the actor was unsatisfying. In the introduction Stanislavsky considered it important to distance himself in a certain degree from his own earlier work, as his ideas have changed a lot in moutte meantime. It turned to be a short novel.
It is realism itself. He tcehkov to love and understand the play while writing about it. The voice of the actress was hardly even heard in the general pandemonium Let me know when you arrive to Moscow. Tous le savent, acteurs, public et presse. Everything happening on stage was in there. It seems that he has misunderstood the play. Stanislavsky played the role of Trigorin for seven years; he transformed the role in His play entitled Seagull gives first of all the impression of a tchelov awkwardness, of the literary inertia of a frog blowing up itself.