By Woolf, Virginia; Ruhl, Sarah; Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich
Variations of 2 vintage works in the course of the precise lens of playwright Sarah Ruhl.
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Tuzenbach Indeed, he looked rather triumphant. He must have a large present for you. irina Oh, how unpleasant! olga Oh, yes, it’s awful. He can be such a little boy. masha By the bending sea, a green oak tree, Where a golden chain is bound— olga You’re not happy, Masha. Masha, whistling, puts on a hat. olga Where are you going? masha Home. irina That’s strange. tuzenbach You’d leave a birthday! 22 masha Oh, it’s all the same day. I’ll come back tonight. Bye, darling. (Kisses Irina) I wish you health and happiness.
I’m so sorry, I had no idea! I would have said happy birthday . . He exits with Olga. kulygin Today, ladies and gentleman, is Sunday. The day of rest. And so let us rest, each according to his age and capacity. The rugs need to be rolled up for the summer, hiding until winter—in mothballs . . The Romans were a robust people—they knew how to work hard and how to rest—mens sana in corpore sano. Their lives moved in regular orbit, pattern and form. Our headmaster says the most important thing in life is form—when things lose their form, they lose their nature.
Irina (Shouting) Thank him! olga Nanny, get Ferapont some cake. (To Ferapont) Ferapont, go, get yourself some cake. ferapont What? anfisa Come with me, Grandpa, let’s go. masha I don’t like Protopop—Popov—whatever his name is, you shouldn’t have invited him. irina I didn’t. masha Good. Chebutykin comes in carrying a huge silver tea service. Murmurs of surprise and displeasure. olga (Her face in her hands) A samovar! My, God! That’s for a husband to give a wife! How awful. 24 She exits.