The drama without tension makes people feel like they are watching a kind of quiet novel or prose when watching the plays written by Chekhov. Because in this, Chekhov deliberately keeps us at a distance from the plays he writes, rather than projecting ourselves into the plot of the text. Even a little bit off. Don't directly imagine and understand the hearts of the characters, but instead want us to think about our own lives, then go back and compare, and experience the deep meaning of "The Seagull". Perhaps this is the most interesting part of Chekhov's plays.
When we read his plays, rather than imagining the plots and characters in them, we are more inadvertently thinking about our own lives while watching the characters' stories. Then you will have a sense of closeness to the characters industry email list in the play, instead of directly projecting yourself into the story or characters in the play to like the play. Another special impression is that "The Seagull" is a drama without a protagonist. The number of appearances and times of each character in it may be similar. Although we can still feel which characters seem to be more important.
But at the same time, we also have a feeling that in this play, although some people's lines seem to have some weight, it seems that every character is equally insignificant, and no one really stands out and occupies the focus of the entire stage. It seems that each of the above characters is the same as the audience in real life under the stage. Although there may be great differences in achievements, knowledge, fame, and income, no one is really the most important.