It's 1905, and three actors have gathered at a St. Petersburg theater to rehearse a production of The Cherry Orchard. One of them happens to be Anton Chekhov's actual widow, a mourning Olga Knipper, who draws her co-stars into acting out a psychodrama that delves deeply into their real lives and loves. Meanwhile, outside, unseen striking workers are being gunned down by the Tsarist regime. In Neva, Guillermo Calderón savagely examines the interplay between art and history in this tightly crafted Chilean drama, presented by Shock Pulse. See the show the Los Angeles Times said "has a dreamlike power" at Theatre of Note in Los Angeles.