• Photo by Kirstin Prisk

    Photo by Kirstin Prisk

  • Photo by Kirstin Prisk

    Photo by Kirstin Prisk

  • Photo by Kirstin Prisk

    Photo by Kirstin Prisk

  • Photo by Kirstin Prisk

    Photo by Kirstin Prisk

  • Photo By Kirstin Prisk

    Photo By Kirstin Prisk

  • The Cherry Orchard Rehearsals
Photo by Kirstin Prisk

    The Cherry Orchard Rehearsals Photo by Kirstin Prisk

  • Photo by Kirstin Prisk

    Photo by Kirstin Prisk

  • photo by Kirstin Prisk

    photo by Kirstin Prisk

  • Photo by Kristin Prisk

    Photo by Kristin Prisk

  • photo by Kirstin Prisk

    photo by Kirstin Prisk

This summer, Miracle unpacks Chekhov’s bittersweet comedy about a once-wealthy family, whose idleness and extravagance have brought them to the brink of bankruptcy.

Obstinate and self-absorbed, they are deaf to the rumbling of change which surrounds them, and unable to accept help when they need it.

Will it take a revolution to destroy their cosy world of privilege and entitlement – or will their own stupidity be enough?

Bill Scott’s new adaptation treads a tragicomic tightrope, bringing out all the humour and pathos of Chekhov’s masterpiece which, more than a century after it was written, is as popular as ever.

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