by Anton Chekhov
Translated by Kristin Johnsen-Neshati
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
Katie Pedro and Chris Aldrich
PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER
FEATURING Leysan Timirboulatova, Henry Halkyard, Connor Simcox, Georgia Cohen, Eric Mead, Caroline Burkhart, Sterling Figueroa, AD Tenn, Eliza Anastasio, Reed Corse Parker, Jackie Harris, Maggie Perez, and Zhe Pan
An environmental interpretation of Anton Chekhov’s last play, The Cherry Orchard, at the historic Dyckman Farmhouse Museum at 204th and Broadway in Manhattan. Visitors can follow the actors throughout the house and garden as the play unfolds.
Madame Lyubov Ranevskaya returns from holiday to sell the family estate. Desperate to hold on to the memories it holds and it’s beautiful cherry orchard, Lyubov fights to keep her home alive, and eventually sells it to family friend and former serf Lopakin.