What would you say when faced with eternity?
Are you more like a joyful Pushkin or a thoughtful Dostoevsky?
American expat brings Russian theatrical productions to North America
Russian director gives a modern twist to a classic play
The Russian writer visited Hong Kong, Singapore and Sri Lanka
Tolstoy, Chekhov, Dostoevsky… What did they think about each other?
It’s not just Hollywood stars who abandon their birth names
The avant-garde writer, whose play Fool for Love has just opened for the first time on Broadway, has more of a connection to Chekhov than he might care to admit
A scene from the "Three Sisters" play
Hundreds of people from New York to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk are reading from Chekhov’s works in a live broadcast
The best of young Chekhov collected in a new edition
Participants from different countries will team up to read around 50 works by Russian writer Anton Chekhov in Russian as part of Google's 'Chekhov Is Alive' reading
A closer look at the history of Russian dachas
Internet users are now able to take a virtual tour of the houses and estates that belonged to Tolstoy, Chekhov, Pushkin and other writers
The program includes stage productions from Argentina, the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, China, France, Japan and other countries
RBTH presents a guide to 10 places where Chekhov stayed in Russia and abroad
A great Russian writer’s wisdom in bite sized chunks
The Anton Chekhov Foundation has launched a collaborative project to translate Chekhov’s early short stories, many of which have never been published in English before
The actor presented his second work as director in Moscow
Moscow named Eastern Europe’s top developing megacity