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Publisher's Summary

Translated by Constance Garnett

Although his work has somewhat fallen into obscurity, Alexander Ostrovsky (1823-1886) is considered to be one of the greatest of Russian dramatists. He was one of the pioneers of a realistic style, which later found exponents in celebrated European dramatists like Ibsen and Strindberg. Of Ostrovsky's 47 plays, one of the best known is The Storm, the portrait of an idealistic young woman trapped in a world of crushing and venal orthodoxy. The Storm formed the basis of Janacek's opera, Katya Kabanova.

Featuring:

Marty Krz as Vanya Kudriash and First Person

John Burlinson as Savil Prokofievitch Dikoy

Robert Curran as Boris Grigorievitch

Bob Neufeld as Kuligin

Jennifer Fournier as Feklusha, Old Woman and a Woman

Erin Marie White as Katerina Kabanova and Glasha

Aisling Gray as Marfa Ignatievna Kabanova

David Shears as Tihon Kabanov

Terah Tucker as Varvara

and Denis Daly as the Narrator, Shapkin, and Second Person.

Music composed and performed by Marty Krz.

Audio edited by Denis Daly.

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