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Friday 27 April 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 28 April 19:00
The Man Who Knew Snakish (Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu)

The Man Who Knew Snakish (Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu)

  • Drama
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

 

Fantasy based on the book by Andrus Kivirähk

Director, dramatist, scenographer and musical designer Saša Pepeljajev

In roles Marian Heinat, Kärt Tammjärv, Linda Kolde, Reimo Sagor, Veiko Porkanen, Janek Savolainen, Aivar Kallaste, Julia Kaškovskaja, Rita Dolgihh, Marika Aidla, Janika Suurmets 

Sunday 29 April 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 29 April 16:00
Into the Fire (Tulleminek)

Into the Fire (Tulleminek)

  • Music
  • The Harbour Theatre

Märt- Matis Lill’s opera

War tests the fabric of humanity and forces us to admit that the only thing people learn from history is that they don’t learn anything from history. As such, our production deals with... Read more

Musical director & conductor Paul Mägi
Director Taago Tubin (Theatre Ugala)

Cast  Reigo Tamm (NO Estonia), Tamar Nugis, Rasmus Kull, Simo Breede, Jaan Willem Sibul, Märt Jakobson, Pirjo Jonas, Maria Listra, Sigrid Mutso, Annaliisa Pillak, Kadi Jürgens, Karmen Puis, Jaanus Tepomees, Karl Edgar Tammi, Kärt Tammjärv
Vanemuise ooperikoor ja sümfooniaorkester

Sunday 29 April 16:00
International Dance Day 2018

International Dance Day 2018

  • Ballet
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre
  • Visiting production

Ballet in two acts

Robert Balogh
FRIDA

 

Terpsichorean scenes from the life of the surrealist Frida Kahlo

A guest performance by the Ballet of Moravian Theatre – Olomouc

Friday 04 May 18:00
Master class by maestro Paul Mägi

Master class by maestro Paul Mägi

  • Concert
  • Tartu St. John s Church

Cooperation of the Dirigentenforum des Deutschen Musikrates & the Vanemuine Theatre

Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra

Conducted by course participants

Friday 04 May 19:00
The Man Who Knew Snakish (Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu)

The Man Who Knew Snakish (Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu)

  • Drama
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

 

Fantasy based on the book by Andrus Kivirähk

Director, dramatist, scenographer and musical designer Saša Pepeljajev

In roles Marian Heinat, Kärt Tammjärv, Linda Kolde, Reimo Sagor, Veiko Porkanen, Janek Savolainen, Aivar Kallaste, Julia Kaškovskaja, Rita Dolgihh, Marika Aidla, Janika Suurmets 

Saturday 05 May 19:00
Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

  • Music
  • Tallinn, Nordea Concert Hall

Musical

Les Misérables tells an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.

Director Samuel Harjanne (Finland)
Musical director and conductor Martin Sildos

Cast Koit Toome / Mikk Saar, Marko Matvere / Tamar Nugis, Maria Listra / Elizabeth Paavel, Kaarel Targo / Rasmus Kull, Hedi Maaroos / Kärt Anton, Kaire Vilgats / Helen Hansberg, Hannes Kaljujärv / Lauri Liiv, Ele Millistfer / Nele-Liis Vaiksoo, Rasmus Kull / Imre Õunapuu (Rakvere Theatre) et al.

Saturday 05 May 19:00
Young choreographers evening

Young choreographers evening

  • Ballet
  • The Small Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Young artists awaiting their big chance are full of fresh inspiration and resolve – they have the ability to make visible what can’t be put into words. We start from the smallest performance before... Read more

Saturday 05 May 19:00
The Fire Raisers

The Fire Raisers

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre
  • Premiere

Black comedy by Max Frisch

It’s a story of all everyone who refuses to accept the truth even when it is plain as day, and hides their head in the sand hoping to avoid facing the music.

Director Ain Mäeots
In roles Aivar Tommingas, Piret Laurimaa, Riho Kütsar, Karl Laumets, Ott Sepp