A prolific writer of short stories and other forms, Anton Chekhov wrote only a handful of full-length plays, but they revolutionized theatre. With his meticulous observation of character, his anti-melodramatic action, and his wistful evocation of isolated characters trapped in their provincial self-delusion, he left a legacy of funny, haunting and unique creations that still delight audiences today. Impro Theatre creates a new Chekhovian world populated by people who dream of a different life, all the while dealing with the everyday unpredictability of feeling love, disillusionment and the certain catastrophe that is the next moment.
“The evening’s humor derives from a savvy and seasoned ensemble who specialize in fashioning a unique, full-length play for each performance.”
-LA Weekly Pick Of The Week