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In this video, actors Ron Bottitta and Gillian Brashear replay their roles as the title characters in Jovanka Bach's play that debuted Off-Broadway at the Barrow Street Theatre. Set in 1901, the play tells the story of Anton Chekhov, sick with tuberculosis and hiding his recent marriage from his possessive and jealous sister, Maria. Maria also has a secret that she is keeping from her brother. These secrets and familial relationships and rivalries from Chekhov's life are reflected in some of his plays.
Length: 87 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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