By Anton Chekhov
"Every time I see a play through Chekhov, i would like to chuck all my very own stuff into the fire." - Bernard Shaw.
Inspired through reviews in Chekhov's personal lifestyles, Cherry Orchard follows lifetime of an aristocratic Russian girl and her family members as they go back to the family's property. Written as a comedy and containing parts of farce, Stanislavski directed the play as a tragedy in Moscow. in view that this preliminary construction, many well known administrators of the realm proceed to level this play, every one reading the paintings otherwise.
Translated via Julius West.
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