The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekov
Directed by Obie Award-winner Melia Bensussen and presented by Actors’ Shakespeare Project, the absurdist comedy comes from Chekhov’s masterful hands. A pitch-perfect voice that evokes deeper, more universal emotions of isolation and dislocation in our own lives. This pervasive sense of what might have been, as they appear in the missed connections and opportunities of Madam Ranevskaya within her beloved cherry orchard, transcends 19th century Russia—at once both sad, but also darkly funny.
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