Two Acts


Great playwrights create their own theatres and from those places talk to us about eternal themes. Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull” is a masterpiece of the so called “New Drama” which is interesting in all times and spaces as it is sarcastic, highly dramatic, ironic, full of symbolism, modernist and at the same time, in its inner nature – apocalyptic that so accurately responds to our prostrate pandemic life.   

There are so many psychological layers in the play, so many character lines or destinies intersect that it implies new directorial reading, vision, form, which the Artistic Director of the Batumi Drama Theatre, Andro Enukidze, and the theatre troupe are already offering to the Georgian (and not only) spectators. 

Stage Director – Andro Enukidze

Art designer – Gogla Gogiberidze 

Choreographer – Kote Purtseladze

Assistant Directors – Zviad Murvanidze, Teona Lortkipanidze 


Arkadina – Maia Tsetskhladze

Treplev – Mamuka Manjgaladze

Sorin – Zaal Goguadze

Zarechnaya – Ano Zurashvili

Shamrayaev – Zaza Zoidze

Polina – Ketevan Egutidze

Masha – Anano Iashvili 

Trigorin – Davit Jakeli 

Dorn – Tite Komakhidze

Medvedenko – Lasha Kontselidze

Yakov - Giorgi Kurava 

A strange man – Kakha Kobaladze