This play is a lot more comical, the further into the play you get. This is mainly due to the characters and their ignorance. The play centres around a family and their Cherry Orchard, which faces the possibilty of being cut down due to financial crisis. All the characters are monumentally stupid, which leads to the comic value, all the relationships are doomed to fail because the self absorbed characters don't listen to each other and have very short attention spans. They possibly have A.D.D (attention deficiet disorder) but I'm not sure.
It is a play that takes concentration, there is a lot that goes unsaid, which you must pick up on to fully understand the characters motives and actions. It was very entertaining, although it would be much better to see the play than read it to yourself (obviously) but it is still enjoyable because the language is very readable. I would definitely read it again.