Skip to Content

A Monthly Culture Matrix For the Cosmopolitan Traveler

Seagull

Until
Steppenwolf Theatre Company / Chicago / Stage

There is no such species as a “seagull,” only gulls of various names that populate shores and parking lots around the world. Then again, the gull in Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull is symbolic. This new production of the great play christens Steppenwolf’s new in-the-round Ensemble Theater. Adapted and directed by Yasen Peyankov, starring three generations of Steppenwolf Ensemble actors, this funny, tragic, lyrical play—written in 1895 and first performed in 1896—is the perfect way to show off this incomparable company. —L.J.

Visit
Steppenwolf Theatre Company 1650 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60614, USA
Get Directions »
Start a New Search
Subscribers Only

Start your free trial to access the full Arts Intel Report

Subscribe to Air Mail to access every article
and search our entire Arts Intel Report.

Subscribe Now

Already a subscriber? Sign in here.