Seventh Annual Chekhov Celebration

Saturday, April 8, 2017
8:00pm
Actors Temple Theater (339 West 47th Street)

Please join the Harriman Institute, Fundamental Theater Project, and Laura Strausfeld for for the 7th Annual Chekhov Celebration, including musical and theatrical performances, Chekhov-inspired poetry, and much more! RSVP required.

“Wear black if you must. But come, commiserate and celebrate.”
-– Margo Jefferson (Pulitzer-prize-winning theater critic, author of Negroland)

“Lying is the same as alcoholism. Liars prevaricate even on their deathbeds.”
-– AC

Celebrating the subversive politics of Anton Chekhov

Music by Russian troupe Bobok!

Performances (of Chekhov’s funny stuff) from Sam Underwood (The Following, Homeland), Valorie Curry (The Tick, American Pastoral), and the Fundamental Theater Project!

Original Chekhov-inspired poetry by Alissa Quart (Monetized)!

And much, more more!

Come watch, listen, eat pirozhki, “philosophize,” and quell your political woes with fellow Chekhov lovers from around the world.

Columbia affiliates can reserve a limited number of free tickets by emailing tb2127@columbia.edu$10 tickets for the public are available through Show-Score, a co-sponsor of the event.

RSVP to Tatiana Beloborodova (tb2127@columbia.edu)