22 Aug '19 to 19 Jan '20

De kersentuin

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22 Aug '19 to 19 Jan '20

De kersentuin

ITA–Ensemble

Shows

Thu 22 Aug
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
inclusief pauze
Fri 23 Aug
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
inclusief pauze
Sat 24 Aug
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
inclusief pauze
Tue 27 Aug
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
inclusief pauze
Wed 28 Aug
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
inclusief pauze
Sat 04 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Sun 05 Jan
15:00 - 17:25
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Wed 08 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Thu 09 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Fri 10 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Sat 11 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Sun 12 Jan
14:30 - 16:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Wed 15 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Thu 16 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Fri 17 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Sat 18 Jan
19:30 - 21:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze
Sun 19 Jan
14:30 - 16:55
Internationaal Theater
Amsterdam
ntb / inclusief pauze

After having stayed in Paris for several years, the widow Ranevskaya
returns to her family home in Russia. She encounters a changed world.
The family’s debts have become so great that the house and estate will
have to be auctioned. Businessman Lopakhin sees a way out. He proposes
to cut down the cherry orchard and use the land to build summer cottages
on, which can be rented out.

Rabozaal
Duration: 2h25 including intermission
English surtitles: all performances in august and on thursdays during other months

'An inventive, surprising, convincing and heartwrenchingly beautiful performance' - de Volkskrant ★★★★★

Chekhov’s final play portrays the painful demise of people who live in the illusion of their past life and do not understand modern times. The cherry orchard has become unprofitable over time. They used to make jam from the cherries. But even old manservant Firs, who worked on the estate all his life, has forgotten the recipe by now.

The future belongs to capitalists and fast money. In The cherry orchard, the roles are literally reversed. Lopakhin buys the house where his father once worked as a servant. The man who used to be without possessions has become the owner. Ranevskaya still has land, but no money. She is unable to change her way of thinking.

The detailed portrait of people living in futile yearning for something that no longer exists has made The cherry orchard grow into one of the most beloved plays of the global repertoire. Internationally renowned English director Simon McBurney directs the ensemble.

Cast

Language NP Language no problem Janni Goslinga Janni Goslinga
Language NP Language no problem Eva Zoë Heijnen Eva Zoë Heijnen
Language NP Language no problem Robert de Hoog Robert de Hoog
Language NP Language no problem Emma Josten Emma Josten
Language NP Language no problem Hugo Koolschijn Hugo Koolschijn
Language NP Language no problem Achraf Koutet Achraf Koutet
Language NP Language no problem Ruurt de Maesschalck Ruurt de Maesschalck
Language NP Language no problem Majd Mardo Majd Mardo
Language NP Language no problem Chris Nietvelt Chris Nietvelt
Language NP Language no problem Gijs Scholten van Aschat Gijs Scholten van Aschat
Language NP Language no problem Bart Slegers Bart Slegers
Language NP Language no problem Harriët Stroet Harriët Stroet
Language NP Language no problem Steven Van Watermeulen Steven Van Watermeulen

Credits

by Anton Chekhov
director Simon McBurney
scenographer Miriam Buether
light design Paule Constable
sound design Pete Malkin
video design Will Duke
costumes Fauve Ryckebusch
casting advice Hans Kemna
coproducer Holland Festival, Barbican Centre, Festival Printemps des Comédiens Montpellier
private producer Joachim Fleury

assistant director Olivier Diepenhorst, Chelsea Walker, Sofie Kramer (intern)
assistant scenographer Ramón Huijbrechts
assistant video Sam Hunt
assistant dramaturgy Maria Luttikhuis (intern)
assistant costumes Eleftheria Lavdaki
head technical ensemble Götz Schwörer
production leader Michiel van Schijndel, Marjanne Wilmink
technical Sebastiaan Kruijs (stage manager), Emile Bleeker, Bart Coenen, Sander van Elteren, Zinzi Kemper, David Logger, Timo Merkies, Peter Pieksma, Martijn Smolders, Mark Thewessen, Daan Westendorp
costumes department Wim van Vliet (head), Farida Bouhbouh
hair & grime David Verswijveren
execution scenography Levtec
casting advisory Hans Kemna, Martha Mojet Kindercasting
fotography Jan Versweyveld, Henri Verhoef
image editing Henri Verhoef
graphic design Sara Fortuin, Serena Kloet, Studio ITA
publicity Selman Aqiqi
printing SSP
with thanks to Teun Hieltjes, Catvertise, Judith Dimant (production London), Eva Sol, Martina Vlaanderen, Bella (dog)

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