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The Cherry Orchard

by Anton Chekhov
adapted by David Mamet
with New Theatre

 

★★★★ The Music

“Mamet’s version of Chekhov’s great tragi-comedy feels more than a little relevant in today’s times” Sydney Arts Guide

“The ensemble is stellar in their command of the stage … A thought provoking and beautiful production … Go get lost in a Russian winter” To Flaneur

 

“Engaging production … David Mamet’s snappy translation gives focus to the characters’ stories” Stage Whispers

“A divergent and intriguing rendition of the Chekhov classic, a modern interpretation that is both bold and engaging” Theatre Now

“Seamlessly plays with the duality of silliness and seriousness in Chekhov’s ironically funny and yet tragic play” Lip Mag

“A great classic story told with love and humour” The Buzz From Sydney

 

directed by Clemence Williams

assistant director: Claudia Osborne

costume and set design: Jonathan Hindmarsh

lighting design: Benjamin Brockman

dramaturg: Thomas De Angelis

production manager: Mark Nagle

photographer: Bob Seary