“Life is a raspberry – one bite and it’s gone!”

Olga, Masha and Irina dream of returning to Moscow.

But life goes on – soldiers come and go, babies are born, there’s a fire, and a duel, and local girl Natasha invades the household. It’s time to act.

“To Moscow!”

A bold and absurd new version of Chekhov’s tragicomic classic.

★★★★★  Laurence Strangio’s direction is flawless and deeply attuned to the text, … a production that anyone who cares about Beckett – or indeed acting – should rush to see.Cameron Woodhead, The Age (on Krapp’s Last Tape)

A new version of the play by Anton Chekhov from a translation by Adam Pierzchalski and Laurence Strangio

Direction and Dramaturgy by Laurence Strangio

Performers include John Marc Desengano, Dave Evans, Heath Ivey-Law, Tatiana Kotsimbos, Annie Lumsden, Marissa O’Reilly, Brenda Palmer, Gabriel Partington, Adam Pierzchalski, Sophia Riozzi and Dom Westcott

Music: Dave Evans  

Dramaturgical assistance: Adam Pierzchalski and Annie Thorold  

Design: Mattea Davies and Martelle Hunt

Lighting dramaturgy: Bronwyn Pringle  

Production manager: Alicia Benn-Lawler

This production is on the VCE syllabus for 2021, for education enquiries and further assistance please contact Maureen Hartley: maureen@lamama.com.au