The Seagull, National Theatre 2006 (adapted by Martin Crimp, directed by Katie Mitchell)
"This, to me, was quite possibly my most favorite theatergoing experience of all time. I saw it with some fellow students from BADA in London, and we all couldn’t move after the curtain came down. We did not want to leave the theatre. Ben Wishaw and Juliet Stevenson poured their souls into a production that (hopefully) made the ghosts of Chekhov and Stanislavsky very, very proud. Each character had so much at stake, and such rich inner life. I wish I could go back and re-watch this production, and I hope to do this play one day…"
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