Year: 1994

Title of the play: The Seagull

Author: Anton Chekhov in a version by Pam Gems

Director: John Caird

Others in the Cast: Dame Judi Dench, Alan Cox, Norman Rodway,  Helen McCrory, Robert Demeger, Anna Calder-Marshall, Bill Nighy, Rachel Power, John Hodgkinson

Company/Event: National Theatre Company

Theatre and location: Olivier Theatre, London

Other productions of the same play: 

Plot summary: Constantine has written a play, the principal part to be acted by Nina on the occasion of his mother's vacation. The mother,  Irina, is a famous actress of the old school. With her is her lover, Trigorin, a successful writer, with whom Nina becomes infatuated. Constantine realizes that Nina is slipping away from him and attempts suicide. His mother first nurses him back to health and then leaves, infuriated at her son's "foolishness." Nina follows her and Trigorin to the city.

Peth’s role: Dorn, a doctor and a friend of the family.


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