Letters of Anton Chekhov, by Anton Chekhov

To K. S. Stanislavsky.

YALTA, November 10, 1903.


Of course the scenery for III. and IV. can be the same, the hall and the staircase. Please do just as you like about the scenery, I leave it entirely to you; I am amazed and generally sit with my mouth wide open at your theatre. There can be no question about it, whatever you do will be excellent, a hundred times better than anything I could invent. . . .


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