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Summer Season: The House on Kirov Street

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by Stephen Mulrine
It is November 1941, and the German Army is sweeping through the Crimea. German officers are billeted in Yalta - some of them in Anton Chekhov's old house in Kirov Street. The house is now a museum, but it is guarded by Chekhov's sister for whom the war, like the Revolution before it, is just another unwelcome disturbance.
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Contributors

Writer: Stephen Mulrine
Music composed and conducted by: Ilona Sezacz
Script Editor: Marilyn Ireland
Designer: David McKenzie
Producer: Tom Kinninmont
Director: Tom Cotter
Maria Pavlovna: Patience Collier
Natalya Sergeyevna: Sarah Badel
Irina Nikolayevna: Lysette Anthony
Major Beckmann: Alan Dobie
Captain Schiller: Maurice O'Connell
Lieutenant Kaltz: Rupert Frazer
Pelageya: Mona Bruce
Osip Akmatov: Barrie Houghton
Sergeant: James Gaddas
Levitan: Keith Rawlings

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Summer Season: The House on Kirov Street

BBC Two England, 27 August 1985 21.30






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