Anton Chekhov

Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) first turned to writing as a medical student at Moscow University, from which he graduated in 1884. The first three full-length plays to be staged, Ivanov (1887), The Wood Demon (1889) and The Seagull (1896) were initially failures. But the Moscow Arts Theatre's revival of The Seagull two years later was successful and was followed by his masterpieces Uncle Vanya (1889), Three Sisters (1901), and The Cherry Orchard in 1904, the year of his death.


Olga Knipper


Olga Knipper (1868-1959) was one of the original members of the Moscow Art Theatre, founded by Constantin Stanislavski in 1898. Knipper was married to Anton Chekhov from 1901 until Chekhov's death in 1904.



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