By Woolf, Virginia; Ruhl, Sarah; Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich
Variations of 2 vintage works in the course of the targeted lens of playwright Sarah Ruhl.
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To Irina) Iri, be nice. Our lunch is already getting cold. Lord have mercy! tuzenbach Must be Vershinin. Enter Vershinin. tuzenbach Lieutenant Colonel Vershinin! 25 vershinin I have the honor of presenting myself. Vershinin. He salutes, military style. vershinin I’m so happy to finally be in your home. (To Irina and Masha) Ay, look at you! What you’ve become! irina Sit anywhere. We ’re so glad you’ve come. vershinin Happy I’m here, happy I’m here! But you are three sisters. I remember—three girls.
Olga We ’re moving back, in fact. irina Perhaps by September. It’s our city! (Endow “our city” with the meaning—our native land, motherland, that which pulls you) We were born there . . On Old Basmanny Street . . Olga and Irina laugh with joy. 27 masha (Deadpan, as though to say: my sisters think of Moscow as a country) Oh, a fellow countryman. (Suddenly very alive) Oh, now I remember! I do! ” vershinin Yes, that’s it! “The lovesick major,” that was me. masha You only had little whiskers then .
Irina Oh, don’t talk to me about love. tuzenbach (Not listening) I want to live Irina, I have this hunger for struggle, for labor, and this hunger merges in my soul with my love for you, Irina . . as if by design: you are so beautiful, and for that reason, life seems to me just as beautiful. What are you thinking? 40 irina You say: life is beautiful. But what if it only seems that way. For us, three sisters, life has not been beautiful— it chokes us, like weeds. Oh, tears— (She starts crying) are not necessary— Quickly wipes her face and smiles.
Chekhov's Three Sisters and Woolf's Orlando : two renderings for the stage by Woolf, Virginia; Ruhl, Sarah; Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich