Pacific Resident Theatre

presents

The Cherry Orchard

by Anton Chekhov

Directed by Dana Jackson

EXTENDED THRU NOVEMBER 2ND!


1st Show of 2014-2015 Subscription Season!

Chekhov’s last play and one of his greatest works. A dramatic comic ode to a passing way of life. This lively, touching play illuminates the joys of a new world
being born, the sorrows of an old world passing away and the timelessness of the human condition.

Thurs, Fri, Sat at 8:00 pm  and Sun at 3pm
Tickets $25-$30

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Cast
Scott Conte, Marilyn Fox, Bruce French, Tania Getty, Scott Jackson, Kyle Johnston, Seth Margolies, Maryjane, Kelsey Ritter, Mariah Shirley, Aramazd Stepanian, John Andrew Vaas, Barrie Wild, and Jack Winnick

Crew
Produced by Rita Obermeyer, Valerie Havey
and Sara Newman-Martins
Set Design Staci Walters and
Jeffery P. Eisenmann
Light Design Ken Booth
Costume Design Audrey Eisner
Master Carpenter William Wilday
Assoc. Producer Bryan Kent

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703 Venice Blvd., (4 Blocks West of Lincoln)
Venice, CA 90291



“Chekhov has shed over us a luminous vapor in which life appears as it is, without veils, transparent and visible to the depths”. Virginia Woolf

Examiner.com – The Cherry Orchard Reviewed by Laura Tull
“A Comedy and Tragedy that is Worthy of a Young Audience.”  Julius West’s translation of Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard” maintains the true intent of the playwright as a Comedy mixed with Tragedy. The play is performed in traditional set and costume, but the language is one relatable today to the modern man with themes of Money, Love and Freedom.

StageRaw – The Cherry Orchard Reviewed by Terry Morgan

“…the new production at Pacific Resident Theatre gracefully reflects Chekhov’s funny, sad, gentle wisdom.”

“Jackson gets good performances from her ensemble and manages all of the various plotlines with a steady hand.”

“This is a respectful and enjoyable production of Chekhov’s classic. One should appreciate it while it’s here, because, like the lovely cherry orchard, it will soon be gone.”