The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Apr. 22, 1929

The Sea-Gull. Anton Chekhov's play, upon which the Moscow Art Theatre rose to fame and from which it took the wings which are its symbol, is being presented for special matinees by a group directed by Leo Bulgakov, one of the Moscow group who remained behind when Stanislavsky (Konstantin Sergyeyevich Aleksyeyev) took his troupe home several years ago.

It is the story of a girl who leaves a beaten playwright to cast her lot with a successful author. That is all; yet in its four acts the entire drama of the struggle for expression...

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