A Month in the Country: A Comedy in Two Acts
Comedy / 8 m., 5 f., 1 c. / Int./ext. A bored wife living in the Russian countryside falls in love with her little boy's handsome new tutor, just like all of the women in the household. The wife's chief rival turns out to be her 17 year old ward; they make a wonderful portrait of two different women in love. "What a charming play.... The workmanship is carefully wrought. The lines of characterization are fine.... It seems like a breath of fresh air." N.Y. Times. FEE: $75 per performance.
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Natalya Petrovna is a 29-year-old married woman of affluence, living in the country with her husband, as well as their family friend Rakitin. They have hired a young tutor, Belyaev, for their son, as ... Read full review