Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard
opens the Trinity Rep's 43rd season. The brand new translation is by Artistic Director Curt Columbus, who also directs. The show is playing now through October 22nd in the intimate Dowling Theater.
"Privilege, politics and family collide in the Russian master's final work. The household is simmering with anticipation with Lovey's return to her Russian country home after five years away in Paris. She must face what the others know all too well: The money's spent. All that remains is the cherry orchard."
Tickets are on sale now at the Trinity Rep Box Office at 201 Washington Street, by phone at (401) 351-4242, and online at www.trinityrep.com
.Photos by T. Charles Erickson
(L TO R) Brian McEleney as Leonid Gaev, Joe Wilson, Jr as Yermolai Lopakin, and Phyllis Kay as Lovey
(L TO R) Stephen Thorne as Peter Trofimov, Phyllis Kay as Lovey, Mauro Hantman as Yasha, Anne Scurria as Charlotta, Fred Sullivan, Jr. as Boris Semyonov-Pischik, Stephen Berenson as Yepihodov, Jason Hart as Pasha, Nicholas Few as Kolya, and Fred Sullivan as Boris Semyonov-Pischik
Emily Young as Anya, and Phyllis Kay as Lovey
Brian McEleney as Leonid Gaev, Barbara Meek as Firs, Phyllis Kay as Lovey Ranevskaya, Crystal Finn as Varya
Phyllis Kay as Lovey
Mauro Hantman as Yasha and Angela Brazil as Dunyasha