Nina is the daughter of a wealthy landowner in the play. She is in her youth and looks very beautiful and beautiful. She loves theatre and aspires to be a stage actress. She is in a relationship with Trepleev in the play, the latter is an amateur, not yet a famous playwright who is even despised by the industry. The plays he wrote ran counter to the mainstream at the time. Even his own mother, a popular actor in the theater industry, couldn't stand it, thinking that his works were all nonsense "decadent" dramas. As for Nina, although she doesn't understand his works, she doesn't reject it.
Every time he plays the heroine in his play. After all, she loves drama. Nina's father hates drama very much, thinks acting is debauchery, and always tries to stop Nina's dream. However, Trepleev always encouraged and comforted industry email list her, so that she could summon the courage to sneak out to rehearse and perform every time. But until one day, Nina met a popular novelist - Terry Goering, everything changed. She fell in love with him, and later decided to marry him. At the same time, because of Terry Goering's fame and networking, she was able to leave the country and enter the city's theater industry to start her own acting career.
Nina started chasing her dreams. But she did not go well, and even seemed to fall into tragedy... She and Terry Goring had a child, but unfortunately died. And after the sweet period of marriage, Terry Golin has been making trouble again and again. Tired of her, the two later separated and became strangers. Nina's acting career, although very serious, kept failing. And Treplev gradually became a somewhat famous novelist, but he still looked sad from time to time after losing Nina. The most profound scene of "The Seagull" takes place at the end of Nina's reunion with Treplev. On that night, they told each other about their lovesickness and sadness in recent years.