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DetailsThe Cherry Orchard
premiered at the Moscow Art Theatre 17 January 1904, on Chekhov's 44th birthday and only six months before his death. Overjoyed at being back at her large country house Madame Ranyevskaya is reassured to find the cherry orchard looking unchanged. But for how long? The family's wealth has gone and their only hope is to destroy the beloved orchard. The axes are ready to swing through the orchards of Russia .. Based on a translation by Constance GarnettPerformers Susanne Braun (Ranyevskaya), Richard Gibson (Gaev), Lucy Menzies (Anya), Lakesha Cammock (Varya), Christopher Laishley (Lopakhin), Feliks Mathur (Trofimov), Caroline Wildi (Pishkia), Emma Manton (Charlotta), Alexander Huetson (Yyepikhodov), Molly Crookes (Dunyasha), Robert donald (Fiers), Hugo Nicholson (Yasha), Jonny Rust (Egor).
Author Anton Chekhov. Company Phil Willmott Company. Producer Sasha Regan. Director Phil Willmott. Design Justin Williams. Design Jonny Rust. Costume Penn O'Gara. Lighting Sam Waddington. Sound Theo Holloway. Director Adam Braham (casting director). Director Justin Murray (assistant). Director Nicola Allpress (assistant). Stage Manager Toby Burbidge.
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