Quantum’s Karla Boos takes the stage as Madame Ranevskaya in Libby Appel’s celebrated version of Anton Chekhov’s greatest play. Joining Karla in the cast are long-time collaborator Peter Duschenes (Richard II; The Merchant of Venice) and in a Pittsburgh first, the entire theatrical Lehane/Klatscher family. Directed by Katie Brook, the outdoor summer location is fabulous OneValley, near Hazelwood Green, a slick co-working space that references its past along the Mon.
July 8 – July 31, 2022
OneValley at the Roundhouse
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Lyubov Andreyevna — Karla Boos
Gayev — Peter Duschenes
Lopakhin — Nick Lehane *
Charlotta — Laurie Klatscher*
Firs — Gregory Lehane*
Varya — Moira Quigley*
Anya — Julia de Avilez Rocha
Trofimov — Joseph McGranaghan*
Yasha — Benjamin Viertel
Dunyasha — Zanny Laird*
Pischik — John Shepard*
Yepikhodov — Jake Emmerling*
Female Swing: Daina Michelle Griffith*
Male Swing: Connor McCanlus*
Scenic Designer — Bryce Cutler
Lighting Designer — C. Todd Brown
Sound Designer & Technical Specialist — Peter Brucker
Costume Designer — Damian E. Dominguez
Stage Manager — Madison Gold
*denotes Actors’ Equity Association member
The Cherry Orchard is supported by:
Dentons Cohen & Grigsby
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Following in John Woods footsteps the first settlers of Hazelwood were of Scottish descent and settled what was known as Scotch Bottom. We want to honor that original tradition, but also recognize the rich history and cultural diversity that exists in Hazelwood today. The Woods House is where people from all walks of life, local and from other parts of Pittsburgh come to hang out, eat and have fun. Good food that samples eats and drinks found in traditional Scottish pubs as well as our Pittsburgh delicacies and food trucks will also be featured.