A homecoming. A picnic. A party. A leavetaking.
It’s an uncertain time. Change is coming, you can sniff it in the air.
A family returns to a home that’s seen better days – but it still has its orchard. Precious, beautiful, but…in the way.
Chekhov’s great, last play needs no embellishment to describe our times. What orchards are we cutting down? What orchards are we planting?
Pamela Rabe leads a large cast from today’s Australia, in a classic as funny as it is profound. This promises to be one of the highlights of 2021.
I’ve wanted to do this for years. With a richly talented gang of actors and after the year we’ve all lived through…it’s time for this beautiful, celebratory, moving play. – Eamon Flack
Supported by the Chair’s Circle.
A cast of eleven including:
29 May – 27 June
Saturday 2pm & 7.30pm
Thursday 1pm, 10 June
Saturday 7.30pm, 29 May
Sunday 6.30pm, 30 May
Tuesday 7.30pm, 1 June
Opening Night (Invitation Only)
Wednesday 7.30pm, 2 June
Thursday 1pm, 24 June
Tuesday 8 June, directly following the performance
Mobile captioned performance
Saturday 2pm, 12 June
Audio described performance
Saturday 2pm, 19 June
Thursday 11.30am, 17 June