Chekhov Comic One-Acts

The eight people in our Chekhov Group will begin our “cold readings” of comic one-acts, choosing up parts to read aloud in the restaurant.  It should be lots of fun to become like the students we’ve had in our classes.

We’ll probably start with a whimsical Chekhov play about a “spirited widow” who is being pressured to pay a debt, but the play takes an unexpected turn.

If we have time, the eight of us may also separate into tables-of-two to read aloud (at 4 separate tables) a 15-minute play that has only two characters.


About Denny Bowden

Resident of Volusia County since 1960 Member of Halifax Historical Society since 1986 English teacher (1970-1989), Mainland HS, Spruce Creek HS District/County-Level Teacher-on-Assignment (1989-2009) Ph.D. in Literature and Literary Theory, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Member, Coquina Presbyterian Church, Ormond Beach, FL
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