1. Gullible

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    Gullible A film by Lauren Dobbins Webb Music - "Jared" by Peter Webb https://aliminalspace.bandcamp.com/ Text from Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" Lauren Dobbins Webb Julie Inmon Kara Hakanson Special thanks to Marco Caballero created for Just Fucking Shoot Round 10

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    • Meeting with Chekhov - Part 1

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      The opening scenes of MEETING WITH CHEKHOV. A sixteen year old girl reads THE CHERRY ORCHARD, a play by Anton Chekhov, and her world is changed forever. This documentary examines acclaimed theatre director Libby Appel's lifelong love of Chekhov and her effort, over fifty years after reading the play, to bring this great writer's final masterpiece to life. Includes interviews with members of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. MEETING WITH CHEKHOV, a documentary with Libby Appel, written/directed by JP Allen, narrated by Janis DeLucia Allen, music by John Dole. A Coffee and Language Film. For more info see www.coffeeandlanguage.com. View complete film at http://www.amazon.com/Meeting-Chekhov-Libby-Appel/dp/B002GJXCSK

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      • Vera Cherny in "Uncle Vanya"

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        The Character of Yelena Serebryakova in Anton Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" (Directed by Xu Zhang).

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        • LIFE SUCKS time lapse set build

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          LIFE SUCKS (OR THE PRESENT RIDICULOUS). A World Premiere, Written and Directed by Aaron Posner. An Irreverent Variation On Chekhov’s "Uncle Vanya". On stage at Theater J, Jan 14-Feb 15. Set design by Meghan Raham.

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          • IMPROVISATION ON "THE SEAGULL"

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            The Theatre of the Absurd with "The Seagull" under the artistic direction of Eric van Grootel (Netherlands). TELL to JOY is hosting the 4th International Venue within the Art of Acting in Anton Chekhov’s remarkable village of Melikhovo. The programme “THE SEAGULL AND BEYOND” with SLAVA KOKORIN (Russia), ERIC VAN GROOTEL (Netherlands) and VLADIMIR ANANIEV (Russia), features comprehensive master coursework, lectures, discussions, explorations, showcases, and symposium evenings on Michael Chekhov’s The Theatre Of The Future.

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            • THE SEAGULL AND BEYOND, 2014

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              TELL to JOY is hosting the 4th International Venue within the Art of Acting in Anton Chekhov’s remarkable village of Melikhovo. The programme “THE SEAGULL AND BEYOND” with SLAVA KOKORIN (Russia), ERIC VAN GROOTEL (Netherlands) and VLADIMIR ANANIEV (Russia), features comprehensive master coursework, lectures, discussions, explorations, showcases, and symposium evenings on Michael Chekhov’s The Theatre Of The Future.

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              • Interview with the main cast of "The Death of a Government Clerk"

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                • CityShakes presents "The Cherry Orchard" by Anton Chekhov

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                  CityShakes Presents An Emerging Director Production: Anton Chekhov’s "The Cherry Orchard" Translated by Michael Henry Heim Directed by Mallin Alter The 1% confronts the 99%…in turn of the century Russia. An aristocratic Russian family down on their luck is shocked when a former servant (who has done well in the world) returns and offers to buy their property. Power roles are reversed and the world is turned upside down as the family faces the new reality. Based on a recent translation by the late UCLA professor, Michael Henry Heim, this new production is amazingly relevant as the United States today confronts a new economic reality. The Cast (Alphabetical by Actor) Thomas Anawalt……………………………Gaev Landen Baldwin………………………..Trofimov Hayley Brown………………………….Dunyasha Thomas DeCuir………………………………..Firs Todd Elliot………………………………Lopakhin John Cody Fasano………………Boris Pishchik Christopher Gatpo…………………..Yepikhodov Miranda Heath……………Sharlotta Ivanovna Benjamin Horwitz…………………………Yasha Greta Jung…………………………………..Varya Sarah Lyddan………………..Lyuba Andreevna Olivia Marik-Reis...................Sharlotta Ivanovna Megan Ruble…………………………………Anya The Crew: Vannessa Greenleaf - Stage Manager/Assistant Director Boris Dralyuk - Dramaturg Peter Nikkos - House Manager Constance Mallinson - Set Designer Colin Martin - Technical Director Performances: Friday October 17 at 7:00 pm Saturday October 18 at 7:00 pm Sunday October 19 at 5:00 pm Friday October 24 at 7:00 pm Saturday October 25 at 7:00 pm Sunday October 26 at 5:00 pm Tickets: General Admission - $20.00 Student (with Student ID) - $15.00 Designated URL: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/869385 Tickets may be purchased either online or at the door. No assigned seating and NO LATE SEATING. Doors open at 6:30 pm on Friday and Saturday nights and 4:30 pm on Sundays. Parking: Metered parking is available on Lincoln Blvd. and Broadway (free on Sundays and free after 6:00 pm on weeknights). Public Parking is also available at the Santa Monica Public Library on 7th and Santa Monica Blvd. *We are located behind Mod Shop Furniture Store. Enter in alleyway on Broadway Blvd. We are between the backs of Golden Bridge Yoga Studio and Centinela Pet Store. (video by Leland Frankel)

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                  • Anton Chekhov's homeland from the British point of view

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                    The Melikhovo estate, located 55 km from Moscow, is one of the main museums devoted to the work of Anton Chekhov, who lived here with his family for seven years, in which time he composed “The Seagull,” “Uncle Vanya” and “Cherry orchard.” Read more at http://rbth.com/39791 Credit: Pavel Inzhelevsky, Georgy Manaev, RBTH

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                    • The Pearl's UNCLE VANYA

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                      UNCLE VANYA by Anton Chekhov translated by Paul Schmidt directed by Artistic Director Hal Brooks Sept. 9 - Oct. 12, 2014 TICKETS: www.pearltheatre.org

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