Hilarious Chekhov

. January 24, 2013.
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Director John Hill translates and updates the original Russian tales from two classic Anton Chekhov comedies in the production, Hilarious Chekhov. The two one-act shows,The Bear and The Proposal, betray the stereotypical  dreary, Chekhov drama, providing light entertainment for winter audiences at the Ann Arbor Civic Theatre. Suggested age of ten and up. Friday, February 15 through February 17. 8pm Friday and Saturday: 2pm Sunday. $12.

The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, 322 W. Ann. 734-971-0605. https://sites.google.com/site/a2ctsite/ —EH

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