Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Kachman says the creative team tried to meet expectations of a certain design for a Chekhov play in a tongueincheek manner for the first third of the play which featured silhouettes of Chekhovrsquos face on the back wall of the theatrenbspIn Act Two Kachman wanted the kitchen to be completely authentic ldquoWe went to an architectural salvage place in Baltimore and got the cabinets instead of buying them new or building them so we didnrsquot have to distress themrdquo she saysnbsp

Kachman says the creative team tried to meet expectations of a certain design for a Chekhov play in a tongue-in-cheek manner for the first third of the play, which featured silhouettes of Chekhov’s face on the back wall of the theatre. In Act Two, Kachman wanted the kitchen to be completely authentic. “We went to an architectural salvage place in Baltimore and got the cabinets instead of buying them new or building them, so we didn’t have to distress them,” she says. 

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