“The Cherry Orchard” at McCarter Theatre

“The Cherry Orchard”
by Anton Chekhov

A beloved cherry orchard, symbol of a cherished past, stands on the auction block, and the hopes, fears, and fantasies of an entire generation rest with its fate. Chekhov’s final masterpiece, written as the 19th century gave way to the 20th, speaks with unsurpassed poignancy, humor and eloquence as we stand on the cusp of another new age.

Adapted by Emily Mann
Tickets: $20-$47

Performed by McCarter Theatre
At McCarter Theatre
Performances ran
Tuesday, March 28, 2000 thru Sunday, April 16, 2000
Anya.... Anne Dudek Has Bio Has photo
Boris Semeonov-Pishchik.... Allen Swift Has Bio Has photo
Dunyasha.... Kate Goehring Has Bio Has photo
Firs.... Roger Robinson Has Bio Has photo
Petya Trofimov.... Rob Campbell Has Bio Has photo
Semyon Yepikhodov.... Glenn Flesher Has Bio Has photo
Varya.... Caroline Stefanie Clay Has Bio Has photo
Yasha.... Jefferson Mays Has Bio Has photo
Music by Mel Marvin Has Bio
Directed by Emily Mann Has Bio Has photo
Choreography by Peter Pucci Has Bio
Costume Design by Jennifer von Mayrhauser Has Bio
Production Managed by Alison Cote Has Bio
Lighting Design by James F. Ingalls Has Bio
Sound Design by David Budries Has Bio
Assistant Stage Managed by Elizabeth Ashby Baldock Has Bio
Set Designed by Adrianne Lobel Has Bio