In Nina, Or: About the fragility of stuffed seagulls , two writers and an actress are stuck in the country house during blizzard as the revolution explodes on the streets of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Will they survive? Will they join the Bolsheviks? Will they write and act ever again? The story of love and a never-ending turmoil of history is built as an extension of Chekhov's Seagull, under the premise that Treplev lived and
witnessed the catastrophic changes of the 1917 February Revolution. It is an unexpected tribute to Chekhov, and above all a wonderful comedy.
Presented by Facility Theatre