Ivanov - Young Chekhov Season
Helyszín Olivier Theatre, National
Nikolai Ivanov is only 35, a radical and a romantic, but already he’s feeling that he’s thrown his life away. Determined not to become a small-town Hamlet, he hopes one last desperate romance may save him from a society rotten with anti-Semitism and drink.
This electric play is powered both by hilarious satire and passionate self-disgust. Adapted by David Hare whose stage plays include Skylight,Pravada and screenplays include The Hours and The Reader, directed by Jonathan Kent (Gypsy, Private Lives).
Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday, Saturday 2.30pm and Sunday 3pm
2 hours 45 minutes
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