The Seagull: by Anton Chekhov, in a new version by Martin Crimp
'Young girl lives on shore of lake since childhood - like you. Loves the lake - like the seagull. Is happy and free - like the seagull. Then one day a man turns up, sees her, and mindlessly destroys her.'
Martin Crimp's pared down version of Chekhov's first great play reveals the full force of its comedy and cruelty - whether it's love, sex, incredible fame, or simply a trip into town, each character is denied the thing they most crave.
The Seagull, in a new version by Martin Crimp, premieres at the National Theatre, London, in June 2006.
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