The Cherry Orchard

April 13 - April 28, 2012 | Now Closed

By Anton Chekhov
Adapted by David Mamet from a literal translation by Peter Nelles
Directed by Barb Malangoni and Daena Sisk


Chekhov's classic drama of a family facing the devastating reality of changing social, political, and economic times. On the eve of the Russian revolution, Madame Ranevsky and her daughters learn that their privileged lifestyle has come to an end as the beloved cherry orchard slips from their grasp. With contemporary dialogue and pace, this adaptation by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet promises to bring audiences an amazing evening of classic theatre.


  • Lyubov: Mary DeBoer
  • Anya: Jasmine Lake
  • Varya: Laura E. Simmons 
  • Gaev: Grant Fitch
  • Lopakhin: Eric Brant
  • Trofimov: Kevin Doran
  • Pishchik: Tony Balsamo
  • Charlotta: Kelley Weisenbacher
  • Yepikhodov: Matt Stinett
  • Dunyasha: Jessica Howe
  • Firs: David Pera
  • Yasha: Patrick Pohrte
  • Stranger/Station Master: Glenn Silver