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National Theatre Company Award

 

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Production Photos from
Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard,
September 2007

Photos by Tim Fuller
unless otherwise noted

Joseph McGrath (Lopakhin) and the Ensemble

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YEPHIKHOV: The gardener sent these; he said, put them in the dining-room.

David Morden (Yephikhov) and Avis Judd (Dunyasha)

Photo by Cynthia Meier


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VARYA: My darling is here again! My beauty’s back again!

Jill Baker (Anya) and Arlene Naughton (Varya)

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LYUBOV: Look! There...in the orchard...it’s Mother! In her white dress! It’s Mother!

Art Jacobson (Firs), Arlene Naughton (Varya), Patty Gallagher (Lyubov),
Kenton Jones (Simeonov-Pishchik) and Roger Owen (Gaev)

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YEPHIKHOV: I’m a cultured person, I read all kinds of remarkable books,
but somehow I can’t figure out my inclinations, what I want personally,
to live or to shoot myself, as it were. That’s why I always carry a loaded pistol.
Here it is.

Aaron Sosa (Yasha), Martie van der Voort (Charlotta), Avis Judd (Dunyasha) and David Morden (Yephikhov)

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LOPAKHIN: Our perpetual student seems to spend all his time studying...the ladies.

Joseph McGrath (Lopakhin), Steve Cruz (Trofimov), Art Jacobson (Firs), Roger Owen (Gaev),
Jill Baker (Anya), Patty Gallagher (Lyubov) and Arlene Naughton (Varya)

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VAGRANT: Mademoiselle, bestow a mere thirty kopeks on a famished fellow Russian...

Joseph McGrath (Lopakhin), Arlene Naughton (Varya), Art Jacobson (Firs),
Patty Gallagher (Lyubov), Roger Owen (Gaev) and Todd Fitzpatrick (Vagrant)

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TROFIMOV: Yes, the moon is rising. Here’s happiness, here it comes,
drawing closer and closer; I can already hear its footsteps.

Steve Cruz (Trofimov) and Jill Baker (Anya)

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Karobushka, Traditional dance

Arizona Balalaika Ensemble and the Ensemble

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CHARLOTTA: Ein, zwei, drei! Now look in your jacket pocket, and you will find your card.
PISHCHIK: Eight of spades, absolutely right! Can you imagine!

Martie van der Voort (Charlotta), Kenton Jones (Simeonov-Pishchik) and the Ensemble

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LOPAKHIN: My God, my God, the cherry orchard’s mine!

Joseph McGrath (Lopakhin) and the Ensemble

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DUNYASHA: I really loved you, Yasha. I really did. I’m a sensitive creature, Yasha.

Aaron Sosa (Yasha) and Avis Judd (Dunyasha)

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LOPAKHIN: Last year by this time it was already snowing, do you remember?
But now it’s mild, sunny.

Joseph McGrath (Lopakhin) and Arlene Naughton (Varya)

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LYUBOV: We’ve got to go.

Arlene Naughton (Varya) and Patty Gallagher (Lyubov)

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FIRS: Nothing left, nothing...

Art Jacobson (Firs)

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