During the summer of 1980, Andrei Serban was invited to Japan by Keita Asari to direct The Sea Gull for the Shiki Theater Company of Tokyo. In the fall he returned to the United States and directed a second, and quite different production of Chekhov's play for Joseph Papp at the Public Theater in New York. Serban talks about Chekhov and the two stagings in the following interview, which took place in New York City on April 2, 1981.

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