The Orchard (After Chekhov) - Shaw Festival Theatre

The moving, modern Canadian spin on Chekhov’s powerhouse play about land and loss.
Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre
June 7 - September 1
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Synopsis

WORLD PREMIERE! It’s Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard — transformed into the tale of a Punjabi-Sikh family fighting to hold onto their Okanagan Valley orchard. Based on Sarena Parmar’s own childhood in British Columbia, this fresh adaptation confronts life, loss and the Canadian immigrant experience with both bravery and beauty.

Technical Credits
By Sarena Parmar
Directed by Ravi Jain
Designed by Camellia Koo
Lighting designed by André du Toit
Original music and sound designed by Debashis Sinha
Age recommendation
14+
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