Interpreting Chekhov
The class on A. P. Chekhov is focused on the plays The Seagull and Three Sisters and the one-act comedic pieces The Bear and A Marriage Proposal.

It introduces students to Chekhov’s innovative playwrighting, drawing a parallel with Shakespeare.

Training in this class involves the active analysis of each play and its principles: given circumstances, events, fact assessment, supertask, second plan, inner monologue, views, characterization. We work with scenes and dialogues from the relevant plays picked by the students.

The A. P. Chekhov class spans 8 weeks, at 4 hours a week.

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Interpreting Chekhov

June 28 @ 11:30 — December 31 @ 12:00
11:30 — 12:00 (65808h 30′)

NATFA “Krastyo Sarafov”

Eva Volitzer

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