Volume 42, Number 4, Winter 1999

Table of Contents

A Note on the Transliteration of Russian Names, Words, and Titles

p. iv
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Introduction

pp. 471-474
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Chekhov's Tatyana Repina: From Melodrama to Mystery Play

pp. 475-490
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The Seagull: The Stage Mother, the Missing Father, and the Origins of Art

pp. 491-510
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"A Subject Worthy of Ayvazovsky's Brush": Vanya's Misdirected Fury

pp. 511-518
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Stanislavsky's Production Score for Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard (1904): A Synoptic Overview

pp. 519-540
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Center Stage: Chekhov in Russia 100 Years On

pp. 541-564
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Chekhov Translated: Shaw's Use of Sound Effects in Heartbreak House

pp. 565-578
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The Whole of Italy Is Our Orchard: Strehler's Cherry Orchard

pp. 579-594
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Unfinished Pieces: From Platonov to Piano

pp. 595-614
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Chekhov in Massachusetts: Competing Modernisms at the American Repertory Theatre

pp. 615-633
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Friel's Ballybeggared Version of Chekhov

pp. 634-649
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Contributors

pp. 650-651
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