Shakespeare and Chekhov Scene Study
In July and August I will be teaching a scene-study class concentrating on scenes by Shakespeare and Chekhov. Other scenes aren't ruled out, but let's face it, Shakespeare and Chekhov are famous, generally admired, and in the public domain. I also am moderately familiar with both writers, having directed eight of Shakespeare's plays and two of Chekhov's (and translated the latter, too).
Suggested Chekhov scenes: here.
For how much this would cost, see RATES.
The drawing of Chekhov is by Joseph Brutsman, who did it for Jack Stehlin's production of UNCLE VANYA which I directed. KEVIN SPACEY played Serebryakov, as I never tire of telling people. Of course I've also directed THREE SISTERS, and that translation was also done at Passaic Community College.
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