June 21st, 2022 Tuesday / 6pm – 9pm, EST
The Masterclass will be held IN-PERSON, NYC.

The Masterclass includes introduction to Chekhov’s dramatic innovations, analysis and rehearsal of one scene from “The Seagull” of your choice.

Scene: Arkadina and Trigorin – file
Scene: Treplieff and Nina – file
Scene: Arkadina and Treplieff – file

Requirements for participants: to have read and been well acquainted with the play “The Seagull” and have chosen a scene. You can sign up for the Masterclass alone or with a partner.

The classes will be held in the New York City’s Theater District, Midtown Manhattan. All registered participants will receive a confirmation email with instructions on the exact location where the Masterclass will be held. The Masterclass is open to all.

Do you want to receive the great opportunity to enroll in one of our future classes for FREE? Simply invite your friends to enroll in the same class with you and let us know when they both enrolled. Once their enrollment is confirmed, we will contact you with more information about the free course.

Eva Volitzer Actor’s Studio has a strict ‘No Refund Policy’.
Upon consideration, a credit may be issued at the discretion of Eva Volitzer Actor’s Studio for use in selected courses.

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Eva Volitzer is one of the best specialists on Chekhov and she has ample experience with Chekhov’s work. She has led classes and workshops around the world, including at Pace University as a Fulbright scholar, Lee Strasberg institute and in Moscow. The Workshop will be concentrated on scenes of The Play The Seagull. This is an exceptional chance to get acquainted with the vast world of Chekhov’s work through the experience and the method of one of the best teachers in this field. This Workshop is an immersive experience, which gives everyone the opportunity to learn.

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov is one of the creators of the modern drama, associated with the development of the method of Konstantin Stanislavsky popular throughout the theater world. The method requires actors to be psychologically authentic in the characters, but also actors who, in addition to embodying, can be internally flexible, easily pass into various emotional expressions, to create an atmosphere saturated with symbols and signs.