THE CHERRY ORCHARD
Written by Anton Chekov, translation by Mike Alfreds with Lilia Sokolov
Directed by Mike Alfreds
Ian McKellen in the role of Lopakhin
Cottesloe, London; His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen
10 December 1985 - 8 March 1986
Dunyasha (Selina Cadell) and Lopakhin (Ian McKellen)
The McKellen/Petherbridge Group: Jonathan Hyde, Ian McKellen, Laurance Rudic, Claire Moore, Simon Dutton, Roy Kinnear, Selina Cadell, Greg Hicks, Stephen MacDonald, Hugh Lloyd, Peter Needham, Julie Legrande, Edward Petherbridge, Eleanor Bron, Sheila Hancock, Dikran Tulaine, Tristram Wymark
Standing L to R: Simon Dutton, Greg Hicks, Hugh Lloyd, Selina Cadell, Julie Legrand, Jonathan Hyde, Peter Needham, Tristram Wymark. Sitting L to R: Roy Kinnear, Eleanor Bron, Ian McKellen, Sheila Hancock, Edward Petherbridge, Claire Moore, Laurence Rudic.
Lopakhin (Ian McKellen), Firs (Hugh Lloyd) and Ranevskaya (Sheila Hancock)
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