Sharon Marie Carnicke | ANTON CHEKHOV’S UNIQUE DRAMATIC VOICE
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ANTON CHEKHOV’S UNIQUE DRAMATIC VOICE

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ANTON CHEKHOV’S UNIQUE DRAMATIC VOICE

In March 2017 Sharon Marie Carnicke sat down with Dean David Bridel of the USC School of Theatre to discuss Chekhov’s plays, his sense of humor, and his most persistent themes. The podcast of her interview with Dean Bridel was recorded to mark the School’s production of her translation of Uncle Vanya–directed by the award-winning Gregg T. Daniel and performed by the School’s MFA Acting Repertory Company.

 

 

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