March 23, 2020 7:00PM
Never Moscow by Migdalia Cruz
In this darkly whimsical tale of Anton Chekhov, marriage & consumption, Chekhov writes his play Three Sisters who long for Moscow, as he himself avoids Moscow and his engagement to Olga Knipper—lead actress of the Moscow Art Theatre. As he’s dying of consumption, he wonders: Why would a healthy woman attach herself to a fading man? Why is a fading man avoiding the woman who loves him? Why are servants the only ones to trust? And do horses in 19th Century Russia really talk?
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