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Saturday 03 March 19:00
Man in the Movie (Kinolina kangelane)

Man in the Movie (Kinolina kangelane)

  • Ballet
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Comedic ballet

Joseph works as an assistant at a film production company. He dreams of one day directing a picture and marrying a beautiful film star his heart has already singled out. But drifting... Read more

Director, choreographer & librettist Silas Stubbs
Composers W. Perry, R. Rogers, J. Herman et al.
Designer Liina Unt (Endla Theatre)

 Starring Vanemuine ballet artists

Saturday 03 March 19:00
Faust

Faust

  • Drama
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Tragedy by J.W.Goethe

Director and dramatist Hendrik Toompere (Estonian Drama Theatre)

In roles Linda Kolde, Marian Heinat, Veiko Porkanen, Andres Mähar, Reimo Sagor, Priit Strandberg, Margus Jaanovits, Hannes Kaljujärv, Jüri Lumiste, Jaanus Tepomees

Sunday 04 March 12:00
Pettson and Findus

Pettson and Findus

  • For Children
  • Theatre House

Children’s story by Sven Nordqvist


Pettson is a lonely man, who lives in his cottage in the forest. One beautiful day his doorbell rings followed by …. a Present! Without a doubt Pettson was surprised to see... Read more

Author Sven Nordqvist
Cast Karol Kuntsel and Ott Sepp

Sunday 04 March 16:00
Carmen

Carmen

  • Music
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Georges Bizet’s opera

Completed in 1875, this opera is based on Prosper Mérimée’s story of the same name.
In French with English and Estonian surtitles

Carmen - Aleksandra Kovalevitš; don José - Boldizsár László; Escamillo - Jevgenij Chrebtov; Micaëla - Diana Higbee
Sunday 04 March 16:00
Breaking the Waves (Laineid murdes)

Breaking the Waves (Laineid murdes)

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

Drama by Lars von Trier

 

Director Tiit Palu

Thursday 08 March 11:00
Pettson and Findus

Pettson and Findus

  • For Children
  • Theatre House

Children’s story by Sven Nordqvist


Pettson is a lonely man, who lives in his cottage in the forest. One beautiful day his doorbell rings followed by …. a Present! Without a doubt Pettson was surprised to see... Read more

Author Sven Nordqvist
Cast Karol Kuntsel and Ott Sepp

Friday 09 March 19:00
Hedda Gabler

Hedda Gabler

  • Drama
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Drama by Henrik Ibsen

The world-famous play by the Norwegian playwright premiered in Munich in 1891 and was one of the classic works of realism of the late 19th century. Hedda Gabler is also one of the best-known female roles in world literature.

Director Mehis Pihla

Saturday 10 March 19:00
Man in the Movie (Kinolina kangelane)

Man in the Movie (Kinolina kangelane)

  • Ballet
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Comedic ballet

Joseph works as an assistant at a film production company. He dreams of one day directing a picture and marrying a beautiful film star his heart has already singled out. But drifting... Read more

Director, choreographer & librettist Silas Stubbs
Composers W. Perry, R. Rogers, J. Herman et al.
Designer Liina Unt (Endla Theatre)

 Starring Vanemuine ballet artists

Saturday 10 March 19:00
Kalevipoeg

Kalevipoeg

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre
  • Premiere

The Estonian national heroic epic by Fr. R. Kreutzwald

The runo song style of Estonian folklore will unfold on the stage of the Vanemuine.

Director Karl Laumets
Scenographer and costume designer Kristjan Suits
Musical designer Robert Jürjendal
In roles Karl Laumets, Anu Lamp (Tallinn City Theatre),  Piret Laurimaa, Marika Barabanštšikova, Ester Kuntu, Riho Kütsar, Tanel Jonas, Karol Kuntsel

Sunday 11 March 16:00
The Parson of Reigi (Reigi õpetaja)

The Parson of Reigi (Reigi õpetaja)

  • Music
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre
Opera in two acts
The opera by Eduard Tubin is set in the year 1642 in Hiiumaa in the Reigi Village and also in Tallinn. The main character is the parson of Reigi called Paavali Lempelius and his young wife... Read more

Musical Director and Conductor Paul Mägi
Director Roman Baskin
Cast Jassi Zahharov (NO Estonia), Karmen Puis, Mati Turi, Annaliisa Pillak, Pirjo Jonas et al.