January 23-February 10, 2013
Falls Theatre

The lives of ten unforgettable characters unfold before our eyes in Anton Chekhov's first great play. The playwright weaves together strands of hopeless love and artistic paralysis; but from these unlikely sources emerge glimpses of tenderness and brilliant humor, building to a climax that at once fulfills and defies expectation. The show contains blink and you'll miss it nudity. 

The Seagull Project ensemble rehearsed together for nine months, and presents this magnificent play in a brand new production directed by John Langs

"[The Seagull Project is] a new experiment in doing things the old-fashioned way...the experiment paid off." -Brendan Kiley, The Stranger

"A glimpse of what theater could be like, but so rarely is." -Seattle Weekly

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Banner Photo Credit: LaRae Lobdell

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"A glimpse of what theater could be like, but so rarely is." -Seattle Weekly

"A brilliantly executed classic!" -The Examiner

"An extraordinary cast...pure genius." -Seattle Star

"[The Seagull Project is] a new experiment in doing things the old-fashioned way...the experiment paid off." -Brendan Kiley, The Stranger

"A fine, grounded ensemble." Misha Berson, The Seattle Times

"Invigorating, muscular and exquisitely realized. The kind of production you'd love to take in more than once." -Blogcritics

"Astonishing...It's unlike anything else you're likely to see on Seattle stages in all of 2013." -Sun Break

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