Daniel Veronese Les enfants se sont endormis

adaptation from Seagull from Anton Tchekhov


Ten characters, directly inspired by Chekhov’s The Seagull, keep meeting each other but eventually fail to communicate. Veronese’s staging contracts time and space in a single set to highlight the characters’ loneliness. This modern version of Chekhov’s play encourages the spectators’ identification, and proves that The Seagull remains an inexhaustible text.