Genre: Classical
By Anton Chekhov, Directed by Kelly Barrett

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"A young girl grows up on a lake. A man happens by, sees her, and, having nothing else to do, destroys her." The Seagull. A comedy - Russian style.

Cast: Valerie Austin, Josh Culpepper, Brian Lee Elder, Catherine Hennessey, Mark A. Kinch, Meghan Powe, Omar Prince, Amy Beth Sherman

Open:   05/10/07
Close:   05/20/07

May 10-12 at 8:00
May 17-19 at 8:00
May 20 at 7:00
matinees May 12&19 at 3:00
Theater:   Sargent Theatre
Address:   314 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019
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Alan Salsbury was most recently seen as Petit Pois in the world premiere of Le Wilhelm’s The Seduction of Edgar Degas at 59E59 Theatres and as Quentin in Tennessee Williams’ Small Craft Warnings.  Other New York credits include George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man, George Feydeau’s The Saucy Goose, Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan and An Ideal Husband, Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit, William Inge’s The Boy in the Basement, Le Wilhelm’sSnafu and Strawberry Preserves, Pirandello's Chee-Chee, and Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Taming of the Shrew

Tony recently appeared as Delio in "The Duchess of Malfi (Folding Chair Theatre Co.). He has appeared in other New York productions of "The Seagull" (Sorin), "The Winter's Tale" (Camillo), "Love's Labour's Lost" (King) as well as new works like Lloyd Pace's "New Orleans" and Jim Dalglish's "The Black Eye" and "S-4". He was featured at the National Arts Club performing 14th Century Arabic erotic texts and performed in Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre's Playwrights Alliance workshop for new plays.


Tony White is an artistic director for Developing Acts. Tony graduated from University of Buffalo Master's Program in Media Study & Theater. He has directed several acclaimed productions including Wait Until Dark, As You Like It, and Romeo and Juliet. He has worked with Michael Hagins in Hudson Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet as Friar Laurence and as James Tyrrel in Richard III. He received the Tiffany Award (Best Play) for the long running Tambourine's To Glory by Langston Hughes.