The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov
Monday 3 July, 7pm Post Show Q&A
Saturday 8 July, 7pm Captioned Performance
Anton Chekhov's final full-length play The Cherry Orchard follows a family on the cusp of ruin. In this tragicomedy, a wealthy family face the loss of their estate and grapple with their community while navigating a state of transition. Chekhov creates a bold snapshot into the sweeping change that led to the Russian Revolution in 1917 framed by bourgeois materialism.
Adapted and translated by award-winning playwright Tom Stoppard, this production of The Cherry Orchard is modernised with Stoppard bringing fresh comedy to the classic play.
This amateur production of The Cherry Orchard is presented by arrangement with United Agents Ltd.
Special thanks to Caffè Nero.
Contains haze, strong language and mild physical violence.
Cast in alphabetical order
Osamudiamwen Audu Simeneonov-Pishchik
David Bankole Yepikhodov
Melanie-Joyce Bermudez Anya
Charles Entsie Gaev
Tae Eun Charlotta Ivanovna
Louis Goodwin Yasha
Tiffany Gray Ranevskaya
Vir Hirani Lopakhin
Danny Hughes (graduate) Simeneonov-Pishchik (u/s)
Adrian Paul Jeyasingham Firs
Maya Loveday Varya
Kitty Reed Dunyasha
Elyssia Roe (graduate) Ranevskaya (u/s)
Lee Simmonds Trofimov
Director Ebenezer Bamgboye
Designer Roma Farnell
Lighting Designer Abraham Walkling-Lea
Sound Designer Kacey Thurbon
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