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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986 image
Year
1986
Description

The Acting Company, in A Dopey Fairy Tale, one of seven new plays in Orchards. The Acting Company premiere, directed by Robert Falls and featuring the works of seven celebrated contemporary American playwrights, based on some of Anton Chekhov's most inspired short stories.

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986 image
Year
1986
Description

A scene from Wendy Wasserstein's new play, The Man In A Case. This is one of seven short plays in an evening of theater entitled Orchards, based upon some of Anton Chekhov's short stories, commissioned specifically for The Acting Company Directed by Robert Falls for the 1985-86 touring repertory.

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986 image
Year
1986
Description

A group of civil servants enjoys a most unusual game of cars in the David Mamet's play Vint. Vint is one of seven new short plays, based upon Anton Chekhov's short stories, in an evening of theater entitled Orchards. Directed by Robert Falls, Orchards is part of The Acting Company's 1985-86 national touring repertory.

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986 image
Year
1986
Description

Orchards, a collection of Anton Chekhov's stories adapted for the stage by The Acting Company, is discussed by, from left, the Company's guest director Robert Falls, Company's co-founder John Houseman, and the playwrights Spalding Gray, Wendy Wasserstein, John Guare, Maria Irene Fornes, and Samm-Art Williams

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986 image
Year
1986
Description

Samm-Art Williams' comic The Eve of the Trail is one of seven new plays in The Acting Company's production of Orchards, based upon some of Anton Chekhov's stories. Directed by Robert Falls, it features the work of some of America's most prestigious contemporary playwrights.

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986 image
Year
1986
Description

A bored Celia (Laura Brutsman, left) commiserates with her faithful friend and cousin Rosalind (Susan Finch) at Duke Frederick's sterile court in a scene from The Acting Company production of William Shakespeare's As You Like It, directed by Mervyn Willis, staged by Giles F. Colahan.

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986

Ann Arbor Summer Festival Press Photos: 1986 image
Year
1986
Description

Aled Davies in Spalding Gray's play Rivkala's Ring, one of seven new plays by contemporary American playwrights based upon Anton Chekhov's short stories in an evening of theater entitled Orchards. Directed by Robert Falls, it is part of The Acting Company's 1985-86 national touring repertory.

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