presented by ACTLab and The Seagull Project
Dates: Nov 13 at 7:00pm
Run time: 90 minutes, with one 10-minute intermission
Location: Bullitt Cabaret
The Great Soul of Russia returns with a night of terrors! The Seagull Project celebrates the beginning of the reading series’ ninth season. Great Souls (formerly known as The Great of Russia) features short stories of witches, ghosts, vampires, and more. Join us for readings of Nikolai Gogol’s “The Lost Letter”, Julio Cortázar’s “House Taken Over,” and Richard Matheson’s “The Funeral”.
Intensive process. Inventive productions. International collaboration. THE SEAGULL PROJECT uses the work of Anton Chekhov to challenge, redefine, and inspire the modern theater.
The Seagull Project has performed all four of Chekhov’s major plays at ACT Theatre, under direction of ACT Artistic Director, John Langs. They are now entering the ninth season of their successful short story series, The Great Soul of Russia.
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