At a seaside resort in Yalta with a reputation for affairs, married womanizer Dmitri Dmitrievich Gurov spots the young and unhappy Anna Sergeyevna and decides to take her on as his next conquest. He treats her as he has many women before, but after parting ways — for the first time in forty-some years of trysts — Gurov can’t seem to return happily to his normal life. Through the use of presentational tactics, abstract representation of emotion, and artistic intervention, this original adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s short story “The Lady with the Dog” invites us to examine the potential of the world in which we live and reconnect with our own humanity.
Free for Wellesley, Olin, Babson, and MIT faculty and students.
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Thursday, July 26
Monday, July 30