Review: The Seagull at York Theatre Royal

When I was a Drama student in the late Sixties, Chekhov was much admired and much performed. He was linked with the acting technique of Stanislavski and invited an exploration of naturalistic acting. Over the decades since many other approaches to the art of acting have emerged and styles have been explored to suit contemporary drama, but I confess to a strong affinity with what The Americans called ‘The Method’ or Stanislavski’s technique. Continue reading “Review: The Seagull at York Theatre Royal”