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Wednesday 20 November 19:00
The Lover (Armuke)

The Lover (Armuke)

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

A drama in one act

There is a man and a woman. Yes, this is a love story in all its bittersweetness. Or, a creative approach to a relationship that has started to crumble. As both people in this relationship... Read more

Director Andres Mähar

Cast Linda Kolde and Andres Mähar

Thursday 21 November 11:00
Viks and Koba

Viks and Koba

  • For Children
  • Theatre House

Playwright, director and scenographer Sandra Lange

In roles Birgit Landberg (Black Box Theatre) and Laura Niils (Black Box Theatre)

Thursday 21 November 19:00
Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

Les Misérables (Hüljatud)

  • Music
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre

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.

Thursday 21 November 19:00
The Fire Raisers (Härra Biedermann ja tulesüütajad)

The Fire Raisers (Härra Biedermann ja tulesüütajad)

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

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, Merle Jalakas, Siim Sareal

Friday 22 November 19:00
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

Friday 22 November 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

Friday 22 November 19:00
Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

  • Ballet
  • The Grand Building of Vanemuine Theatre

Shakespeare – Prokofiev – ballet
Queen Mab appears at night, sneaks into our dreams and, while we are asleep, mixes a cocktail of fantastic stories. Have you not met her? What happens after Queen Mab appears in... Read more

Composer Sergey Prokofiev
Musical director and conductor Taavi Kull
Choreographer – director Petr Zuska (Czeh State Opera)
Scenographer Jan Dušek
Costume designer Roman Šolc
Lighting designers Petr Zuska, Pavel Dautovský

Cast Vanemuine ballet
Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra

Saturday 23 November 12:00
Viks and Koba

Viks and Koba

  • For Children
  • Theatre House

Playwright, director and scenographer Sandra Lange

In roles Birgit Landberg (Black Box Theatre) and Laura Niils (Black Box Theatre)

Saturday 23 November 19:00
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

Musical director & conductor Paul Mägi
Director & choreographer Giorgio Madia (Italy)

Saturday 23 November 19:00
The School for Wives (Naiste kool)

The School for Wives (Naiste kool)

  • Drama
  • The Harbour Theatre

Comedy by Molière

Arnolphe is a virtuous and rich merchant whose dignity becomes indignity, honour becomes dishonour, wisdom becomes arrogance and love becomes jealousy. You see, the jolly Arnolphe is... Read more

Director Priit Strandberg
In roles Marian Heinat, Linda Kolde, Karol Kuntsel, Tanel Jonas, Karl Laumets, Jaanus Tepomees, Viktor Lukawski or Priit Strandberg