(the wings of the) seagull
(the wings of the) seagull is a new play, after Anton Chekhov. One actor, one hour, and a whole lot of birds.
This is a play about falling in love with the theatre, falling out of love with the theatre, and what happens when we stop performing.
The original production, performed by Pelin Morgan, played the Oxford Playhouse BT Studio in May 2019. It transferred to the Michael Pilch Studio, Oxford, in November 2019, ahead of its tour.
performed by Pelin Morgan
with a soundscape of voice actors: Alasdair Linn, Ale Rugman. Ben Millard, Cesca Echlin, Eleanor D’Souza, Julia Mervis, and Stevie Polywka
written and directed by Amitai Shalom Landau-Pope
with Alasdair Linn as assistant director and Katie Walton as associate director
produced by Mrinmoyee Roy
with Eleanor D’Souza as assistant producer
marketing management from Laura Henderson Child meets photography from Antonio Perricone and costume designed by Astrid Ingemann Breitenstein