Anton Chekhov is arguably one of modern theater's most innovative playwrights. Writing at the turn of the 20th century, the Russian genius dared take on the banality of life and turn it into heartbreaking, hysterically funny theatrical poetry. Nothing was beyond the scope of his lyricism bad love, old age, foolish narcissism, even the dull ennui of another long day. Chekhov's astonishing body of work elegantly renders the pathetic human condition into delicious rants that leave audiences gigglin... More >>>