Department of Theatre Presents Anton Chekhovs The Cherry Orchard

Fayetteville, AR (PRWEB) 2015

The University of Arkansas Department of Theatre is ending their 2014-2015 Mainstage Series with one of the all-time classics. Performances of Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard” will certainly begin April 17.

. The play focuses on a stylish family who has fallen on difficult times and is dealing with an approaching auction of their estate. There is an escape, but it means reducing the cherry orchard. Will they save their beloved orchard and lose the estate or make a difficult choice to conserve their home?

. The last play composed by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, The Cherry Orchard is a masterful blend of feeling and humor that checks out themes of love, change, and the meaning of home. The lovely classic is directed by Kate Frank (As You Like It, Business), Seeing Trainer in the University of Arkansas Theatre Department.

. Performances are at 8 p.m. on April 17, 18, 22, 23, 24 and 25 and at 2 p.m. on April 19 and 26. All efficiencies are in the University Theatre at the Arts Center on the University of Arkansas school. Ticket rates are $ 20 for grownups, $ 15 for seniors and faculty/staff and $ 5 for students. The efficiencies on April 22 and 23 are complimentary to students with a legitimate University of Arkansas ID.

. Clients are strongly advised to book in advance. In order to get their totally free tickets, tickets are readily available online or by calling the box workplace at -LRB-479-RRB- 575-4752. U of A students should make their reservations in person at the box workplace. The box office will be open from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Monday through Friday between April 13 and 24 and 2 hours prior to each performance.

. The University of Arkansas Department of Theatre has been providing exciting and cost effective live theatre for more than 60 years. They integrate a premium theatrical education packed with hands-on experience with a wide choice of titles to challenge their students and delight the neighborhood. The Theatre Department produces eight to 10 programs each year: 4 massive productions at the University Theatre and 4 to 6 smaller sized shows in the Studio Series. Reveals stove from brand-new works to timeless favorites, from period pieces and Shakespeare plays to Broadway musicals. For more details, visit their site at . .