You never saw Chekhov like that.
“Cruel and farcical with Russian pagan and modern classic music”
...an unhappily married couple Raisa and a village deacon Savely during a horrible snowstorm; they play hosts to the postman who lost way to the train station. As the story begins, Savely is accusing Raissa of practicing witchcraft...
Telling the story of a doomed and forbidden love, this original adaptation tells the compelling and often moving story of Lolita and Humbert without condoning or condemning and is as relevant and powerful today as it was 70 years ago.
5 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals
A new version of Frida's Khalo life...profiles women throughout the world who have pushed societal norms and boundaries in areas spanning the gambit from politics, art, media, books, and more. "I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone because I am the person I know best."