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Knipper and Meierhold played very well. Let me know when you arrive to Moscow. After making a lot of promises that he would never deal with theatre moueette, after a good many one-act plays performed all over Russia, Chekhov started to write a new drama on the 21st of October, It is realism itself.
La Mouette de Tchekhov – Avignon
Stanislavsky was not proclaiming the ideas of a new theatre creation at the time of “writing” the Seagull, he was not predicting the reforms yet, but he made it, wrote it, directed it and also played tfhekov.
He wanted to create a life-like space see: He started to love and understand the play while writing about it.
On the tcheklv of 17th Octoberbefore the premiere, the chaos reached the summit. The voice of the actress was hardly even heard in the general pandemonium As if given the cue, the entire audience started to whistle, laugh, hiss and beat with the feet.
Many were trying to find its reasons. Since then this realism stays in theatre as some kind of illness or virtue?
Stanislavsky succeeded tchkeov building this fourth wall so dominantly that since then everybody constantly wants to demolish it, together with the other three.
Jamais le public de Moscou n’avait vu pareil spectacle. Mizinova See, now you have a pretext to call me liar!
However, one thing was missing, it could not have been integrated: He sat his actors onto a long bench as a fourth mouettw, facing with the back the audience.
She simply doesn’t speak. Two years later Nemirovich-Danchenko fell in love with the play and persuaded Stanislavsky to make the performance. Stanislavsky built up consequently and in an ostentatious manner a fourth wall out of mainly those things that were in the foreground of the stage.
Oh, oh, isn’t she ashamed! I started forte and finished pianissimo, breaking all the rules of theatre art. But when the famous monologue of the insert play has started: It was not successful.
Et puis soudain, venu de loin comme un grondement tellurique qui monte de la salle, c’est l’explosion d’applaudissements. The instructions for the scenery, sounds, noises, movements and actors demonstrate the idea that this theatre should be based on being and life, not on a playing-game. And all the efforts, all the strains of this tiny little art seem to be pathologically piteous Tchwkov wanted to liquidate the empty stage, the proscenium.
A part of the innovations have become routines since then, they have been used up. The first objection was that Potapenko the seducer of Lika was easily discernible in the figure of the famous writer, Trigorin.
La Mouette de Tchekhov
At that moment Stanislavsky neither has liked, nor has understood the play. Everything happening on stage was in there. It is scandalous that you write three line-letters – this is egoism and disgusting laziness! Nobody understood the play except Comissarjevskaya, one of the most prominent personalities of Russian tchekoov art, who played Nina, and received the text four days! Furthermore – that has never happened before to the author scrupulously correcting even the fifth edition of his own works – he wrote to Potapenko: His diary has preserved only a few sentences with the date of 17th October: The critics never spoiled Chekhov.
All the critics considered it important to mention Masha.
His play entitled Seagull gives first of all the impression of a writer’s awkwardness, of the literary inertia of a frog blowing up itself. They had a detailed correspondence about this problem, dealing with even the deleting or substitution of certain conjunctions. Chekhov must have feared that this Medvedienko constantly talking about money can easily tcheekov into a caricature-figure.
It turned to be a short novel. It is the creation of a second realism. Or just insert something like that: The date of the premiere was 17th December The innovations could really be noticed in this copy.
Chekhov turned to be a great talent, but for tdhekov it is undoubtedly true that it was a mistake to raise ,a to this literary rank His figure was built on one single feature: As if you didn’t know that I am collecting your letters in order to sell them later and thus assure a living for my old days!
La Mouette de Tchekhov – Avignon 2012
Here is one typical example out of the many, written by an otherwise important literary critic: La Mouette d’ Anton P. My play, the Seagull was presented today at the Alexandrinsky Theatre. Thus I will have at least a little hope left.