Some articles on chekhov:

Moscow Art Theatre Production Of The Seagull - Performance and Reception
... In a letter to Chekhov, one audience member described how “ In the first act something special started, if you can so describe a mood of excitement in the audience that seemed to grow and grow ... It was not until 13 May 1899 that Chekhov saw the production, in a performance without sets but in make-up and costumes at the Paradiz Theatre ... Chekhov's collaboration with Stanislavski proved crucial to the creative development of both men ...
Mikhail Pavlovich Shishkin - Biography
... Shishkin has been compared to numerous great writers, including Anton Chekhov, Vladimir Nabokov and James Joyce, while he admits to being influenced by Chekhov along with Leo Tolstoy and Ivan ... Chekhov passed on his sense of humanity – that there can’t be any wholly negative characters in your text ...
Chekhov Monument In Taganrog
... The Monument to Anton Chekhov, designed by G.A ... Located in the Chekhov Square in Taganrog ...
Soulpepper Theatre Company Production History - 2002
... Miss Julie by August Strindberg The Maids by Jean Genet Absolutely Chekhov by Anton Chekhov Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov The Beggar's Opera by John Gay ...
Chekhov, Sakhalin Oblast
... of the whole of Sakhalin island after World War II, it was granted town status and renamed Chekhov (after the Russian writer Anton Chekhov) in 1947 ...

Famous quotes containing the word chekhov:

    To regard one’s immortality as an exchange of matter is as strange as predicting the future of a violin case once the expensive violin it held has broken and lost its worth.
    —Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    We live not in order to eat, but in order not to know what we feel like eating.
    —Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    There is nothing more awful, insulting, and depressing than banality.
    —Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)