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Saturday 17 March 19:00
Crossroads. Step into the Light

Crossroads. Step into the Light

  • Ballet
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Short-form dance performances

CROSSROADS
This production comes out of a passion and love for dance!

STEP INTO THE LIGHT
Music and rhythm that come from inside you!

 

CROSSROADS
Director-choreographer
Russell Adamson
Cast Alex Drew/Alain Divoux, Maria Engel/Tarasina Masi, Brandon Alexander/Alexander Drew/Silas Stubbs, Gus Upchurch et al.

STEP INTO THE LIGHT
Director-choreographer Matthew Jordan
Dancers
Georgia Toni Giboin, Raminta Rudžionyte, Lawrence Massie, Laura Quin, Benjamin Kyprianos, Gus Upchurch, Gerardo Avelar, Matthew Jordan

Saturday 17 March 19:00
Medeia

Medeia

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

A tragedy by Euripides

Director, author of the text version and musical designer Tiit Palu
Scenographer and costume designer Eugen Tamberg
In roles Maria Annus, Külliki Saldre, Merle Jääger, Kärt Tammjärv

Saturday 17 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 18 March 16:00
Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia!

  • Music
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Musical by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus

A mother. A daughter. Three possible dads.
A jukebox musical, based on the songs of ABBA

 

Director Ain Mäeots

Sunday 18 March 16:00
Kalevipoeg

Kalevipoeg

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

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, costume designer, video designer and light designer Kristjan Suits
Composer Robert Jürjendal
In roles Karl Laumets, Anu Lamp (Tallinn City Theatre),  Piret Laurimaa, Marika Barabanštšikova, Piret Krumm, Riho Kütsar, Tanel Jonas, Karol Kuntsel

Tuesday 20 March 19:00
Our Own Truth, Our Own Justice (Meie oma tõde, meie oma õigus)

Our Own Truth, Our Own Justice (Meie oma tõde, meie oma õigus)

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

Drama by A. H. Tammsaare and Urmas Lennuk

Tanel Jonas:
Our aim in life is to have everything right in the end. When I say in the end, I mean in the END. And when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING.... Read more

Director Tanel Jonas
Cast Veiko Porkanen, Karol Kuntsel, Kärt Tammjärv, Jaanika Arum, Maria Soomets, Riho Kütsar, Priit Strandberg, Aivar Tommingas

Wednesday 21 March 12:00
Our Own Truth, Our Own Justice (Meie oma tõde, meie oma õigus)

Our Own Truth, Our Own Justice (Meie oma tõde, meie oma õigus)

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

Drama by A. H. Tammsaare and Urmas Lennuk

Tanel Jonas:
Our aim in life is to have everything right in the end. When I say in the end, I mean in the END. And when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING.... Read more

Director Tanel Jonas
Cast Veiko Porkanen, Karol Kuntsel, Kärt Tammjärv, Jaanika Arum, Maria Soomets, Riho Kütsar, Priit Strandberg, Aivar Tommingas

Thursday 22 March 19:00
The Variation (Suluseis)

The Variation (Suluseis)

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

Drama by Kristian Hallberg

 

Director Andres Noormets

Friday 23 March 12:00
Naksitrallid

Naksitrallid

  • For Children
  • The Harbour Theatre

Dance performance for children

The Naksitrallid are three funny characters who tell us about friendship, bravery and resourcefulness. Together, they embark on adventures and save the world. They’re sincere and... Read more

Director, librettist & designer Katrin Pärn
Director, choreographer, designer & video designer Janek Savolainen

Starring Vanemuine ballet artists

Friday 23 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