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Ivanov archiveFirst staged at Korsh's Russian Dramatic Theatre, Moscow, in 1887. Nikolai Ivanov, a regional councillor and landowner, has tried to live his life in a bold new way, taking risks in everything from business to romance. Now his estate is failing, his wife is dangerously ill and he's up to his neck in debt. To cap it all, he's surrounded by malicious gossip. Against his better judgment he sees an irresistible opportunity, in the adoring form of Sasha Lebedev, daughter of the Chairman of the local council. She offers her devotion, youth and beauty, but also the considerable riches of her name. But can Ivanov survive the guilt and shame scandal would bring? Set in a remote backwater, this angry and outspoken play, streaked with satire, drink and anti-Semitism, is full of an outright passion Chekhov would soon forego in his later plays.

Author Chekhov.

Archive listings for Ivanov

Work type: Play.

T1013418202

Company Theatre of Nations. Director Timofey Kulyabin. Design Oleg Golovko. Lighting Denis Solntsev. DramaturgRoman Dolzhanskiy. Performer Evgeny Mironov. Performer Chulpan Khamatova. Performer Viktor Verzhbitskiy. Performer Igor Gordin. Performer Natalya Pavlenkova. Performer Elizaveta Boyarskaya. Performer Dmitry Serdyuk. Performer Alexander Novin. Performer Marianna Shults. Performer Olga Lapshina. Performer Aleksey Kalinin. Performer Ilya Orshanskiy. Performer Irina Gordina. Performer Andrey Andreev.
11 Oct 19 to 12 Oct 19Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L1226613981

Young Chekov - T0394918813

Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Adapted by David Hare. Director Jonathan Kent. Design Tom Pye. Costume Emma Ryott. Lighting Mark Henderson. Music Jonathan Dove. Sound Paul Groothuis. Director Paul Benzing (fight director). Performer Geoffrey Streatfeild (Ivanov). Performer James McArdle (Lvov). Performer Emma Amos. Performer Pip Carter. Performer Anna Chancellor. Performer Jonathan Coy. Performer Nicholas Day. Performer Mark Donald. Performer Peter Egan. Performer Col Farrell. Performer Joshua James. Performer Beverley Klein. Performer Adrian Lukis. Performer Des McAleer. Performer Mark Penfold. Performer Lujke Pierre. Performer Nina Sosanya. Performer Sarah Twomey. Performer David Verrey. Performer Olivia Vinall. Performer Jade Williams.
19 Jul 16 to 8 Oct 16Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373
listing details L903013674

T01872973962

Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Adapted by David Hare. Director Jonathan Kent. Design Tom Pye. Costume Emma Ryott. Sound Paul Groothius. Director Maggie Lunn CDG (casting). Performer Anna Chancellor (Ensemble). Performer James McArdle (Ensemble). Performer Samuel West (Ensemble). Performer Lucy Briers. Performer Pip Carter. Performer Peter Egan. Performer Brian Pettifer. Performer Nina Sosanya. Performer Olivia Vinall. Performer Emma Amos. Performer Nebli Basani. Performer Jonathan Coy. Performer Mark Donald. Performer Col Farrell. Performer Joshua James. Performer Beverley Klein. Performer Des McAleer. Performer Mark Penfold. Performer Sarah Twomey. Performer David Verrey. Performer Jade Williams.
1 Oct 15 to 14 Nov 15Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
listing details L1510705987

T10387093

Director David Salter.
31 Oct 12 to 3 Nov 12The Capitol Theatre, Manchester :: V1006
listing details L02130638492

T01675251183

Adapted by Harry Meacher. Director Harry Meacher.
14 Jan 09 to 31 Jan 09Pentameters, Inner London :: V217
listing details L0216837040

T04043311

Producer Donmar Warehouse. Adapted by Tom Stoppard. Director Michael Grandage. Design Christopher Oram. Lighting Paule Constable. Music Adam Cork. Sound Adam Cork. Performer Kenneth Branagh (Ivanov). Performer Andrea Riseborough (Sasha). Performer Sylvestra Le Touzel (Zinaida). Performer Lucy Briers (Babakina). Performer Lorcan Cranitch (Borkin). Performer Gina McKee (Anna Petrovna). Performer Kevin R McNally (Lebedev). Performer Linda Broughton (Avdotya). Performer Malcolm Sinclair (Shabelsky). Performer Tom Hiddleston (Lvov). Performer John Atterbury (Yegorushka/Pyotr). Performer James Tucker (Kosykh). Performer Ian Drysdale. Performer Giovanna Falcone. Performer Malcolm Ridley.
12 Sep 08 to 29 Nov 08Wyndham's Theatre, West End :: V421
listing details L27883280

T01896785640

Producer Royal Nation Theatre. Director Katie Mitchell. Adapted by David Harrower. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Paule Constable. Choreographer Struan Leslie. Director Melissa Holding (music). Sound Gareth Fry. Performer Owen Teale (Ivanov). Performer Juliet Aubrey. Performer Robert Bowman. Performer Sarah Flind. Performer Gillian Hanna. Performer Stuart McQuarrie. Performer Indira Varma. Performer Philip Voss. Performer Peter Wight. Performer Christopher Hunter. Performer Sean Jackson. Performer Sarah Northgraves. Performer Tom Peters. Performer Janet Whiteside. Performer Indira Varma.
7 Sep 02 to 12 Oct 02Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375
listing details L1373203155

T487005115

Company The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Adapted by David Hare. Director Joseph Blatchley. Design Janey Gardiner.
17 May 00 to 18 May 00MacOwan Theatre (LAMDA), Inner London :: V212
listing details L499419362

T25785712

Translation David Hare. Performer Ralph Fiennes. Director Jonathan Kent.
6 Feb 97 to 12 Apr 97Almeida Theatre, West End :: V166
listing details L1703174739

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