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Brimming with destructive revolutionary zeal, the young Nihilist Bazarov wants to 'smash people' to remake Russia. He dismisses anything that he considers to be useless, such as beauty, art and love. But what happens when life and fate conspire to frustrate Bazarov's politics? Explores the conflict between two generations of Russians: the class-ridden old school and the rising Nihilist revolutionaries who want to create anew.Performers Seth Numrich (Bazarov), Anthony Calf (Nikolai), Elaine Cassidy (Anna), Caoilfhionn Dunne (Fenichka), Susan Engel (Princess Olga), David Fielder (Prokofyich/Timofeich), Joshua James (Arkady), Karl Johnson (Vassily), Tim McMullan (Pavel), Jack McMullen (Piotr), Siobhan McSweeney (Dunyasha), Phoebe Sparrow (Katya), Lindy Whiteford.
Author Brian Friel. Book by Ivan Turgenev. Producer Donmar Warehouse. Director Lyndsey Turner. Design Rob Howell. Lighting James Farncombe. Sound Carolyn Downing. Music Alex Baranowski.
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