Trudie Styler will lead Culture Project's production of The Seagull, playing the distinguished actress, Isobel
September 13, 2013 
Thomas Kilroy's extraordinary adaptation of The Seagull, reimagined in East Galway 1886, reveals a whole new political resonance. The brilliant cast captures the passion and emotional currents of Chekhov’s wonderful play.

Legendary director Max Stafford-Clark promises, “You won’t have seen this before.”

Click here to purchase tickets for the limited run of this groundbreaking play. Running from October 3 - November 3 in NYC!

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