When the Director duo of Thorsten Lensing Jan thought Hein and 2012 with Uncle of Vanya Chekhov in the show Grand Theatre, some people in the enthusiastic audience, these performance difficult to bid. The production is now with the Cherry Orchard succession-year and viewers rubs the eyes puzzled: which has still cast prominent, even more exciting. Besides Devid Striesow, who plays the rich merchant Lopakhin Epichodow is another narrow from the guard of German acting superstars with Joachim Król as a Kontorist. And how about actor Lars Rudolph, Ursina Lardi Peter Kurth and others are fighting houses.
The Cherry Orchard - a chain of exactly composed bounce, disparate moments, outrageous, funny, like life itself surprising. Chekhov's last, the piece is a dying abgerungenes almost physical impression of the time that will elapse. "The first act the Cherry Orchard must be sold perhaps." Second Act the Cherry Orchard will be sold. Third Act the Cherry Orchard has been sold. Act four the Cherry Orchard has been sold. The rest: the life of "(Jean-Louis Barrault)."
After five years of residence in France, Ranjewskaja, widowed owner of a farmhouse, will return to her estate. She had left it her lover head over with new, after her husband and her son died seven years in the River had drowned. As they their and their relationships lived far beyond family members have, thats good and written to a set up in debt already done to the foreclosure. The merchant Lopakhin, which tells you the here as grew up the son of a former SERF rich economically only sensible way out. She should but cut down the useless cherry garden than the terrain divide land for summer houses and lease. They rejected the proposal. It comes under the hammer estate. In the farmhouse while a last Festival, Lopakhin acquires even the good and he led what had been Ranjewskaja. While leaving the old family, the first trees are likes in the huge cherry garden.
Chekhov looks at life sober, unconditional. He explained, he not rated, he finds and the time can be one that the death and the money look love.