WHO’S AFRAID OF ANTON CHEKHOV?
A God-fearing idealist, an aggressive anarchist and a woman who yearns with all of her heart for a man to love her.
Who’s Afraid of Anton Chekhov harks back to the romantic notion that artists are “truth see-ers” or “beacons of hope” and subjects it to 2019 Shoreditch, where three people are trying to live in an overpriced and dirty art pit in East London.
…but here’s the question: Is there a role for the notion of blabla in a postmodern metropolis, or is it a naive dream of the (upper) middle classes?
15+ | This performance contains smoking (herbal cigarettes).
Supported by Arts Council England