The Great Soul of Russia returns to ACT Lab for its fourth season. Join The Seagull Project and members of Seattle's vibrant artistic community including members of the Endangered Species Project, director and actress Kelly Kitchens, scholar, photographer, actor, musician Jean Sherrard, and others, as we explore how various Russian artistic roads, past and present, begin and end with Chekhov.

All events take place at 7:00pm in ACT's Bullitt Cabaret.

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Apr 22
During the harsh Russian winter ideas are born, flowers prepare to shoot forth, and dancers stretch in anticipation. Join The Seagull Project as they seek beauty—through music, dance, and story—in the face of great difficulty.
In the Bullitt Cabaret
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May 20
Anton Chekhov often wrote of miscreants and malefactors, employing his lean style and keen eye to examine every aspect of human experience, including the criminal. Program includes a variety of sinfully delicious crimes and punishments.
In the Bullitt Cabaret
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Jun 17
Russians may not have invented literary adultery, but they certainly perfected it. June features readings from Tolstoy and Chekhov, as well as a hilarious surprise from modern America.
In the Bullitt Cabaret
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