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DANCE AND MUSIC PRODUCTIONS OF THE STATE

THEATRE VANEMUINE

SEASON 2009/2010


The Vanemuine, which celebrates its 140th

anniversary this season, is the oldest theatre

in Estonia, founded in Tartu in 1870. It was

also the first professional theatre in Estonia (1906) and

is the only three-genre theatre in the country, staging

operas, operettas and musicals, classical ballet and modern

dance and drama. The theatre has three different buildings

and employs more than 350 people, including a ballet

troupe with a highly international cast, and a large

symphony orchestra. The theatre often hosts guest

soloists. The Vanemuine is a repertory theatre – every

season the programme includes more than 40 different

productions in a variety of genres.

Welcome to the Vanemuine!

Vanemuine Theatre is a Member of the

International Dance Council CID

The State Theatre Vanemuine

Vanemuise 6

51003 Tartu, Estonia

Ph +372 7440 100

Fax +372 7440 116

teater@vanemuine.ee

www.vanemuine.ee

Andrew Lloyd Webber / Tim Rice

EVITA

Musical in two acts

Translators Peeter Volkonski, Hannes Villemson

Director Georg Malvius (Sweden)

Musical Director and Conductor Tarmo Leinatamm

Stage and Costume Designer Ellen Cairns (Scotland)

Light Designer Palle Palmé (Sweden)

Choreographer Igor Barberic (Croatia)

The musical is about the life of Eva Perón, wife of the Argentine president

Juan Perón as told by Ché Guevara, another modern icon. „Evita“ was first

published in 1976 as a musical album.

The success of the album lead to the production in London West End in

1978 and a year later in Broadway. In 1996 a movie version was produced

where Madonna starred as Evita and Antonio Banderas as Ché Guevara.

Evita as well as Ché symbolize certain naive beliefs in the popular

culture: faith of a better world; life sacrificed for the poor and the humiliated.

These are the myths that in their own way follow the example of Christ.

Actually, it remains unknown whether Ché Guevara and Evita Perón ever

even met each other...

In with and subtitles


John Kander

KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN

(ÄMBLIKNAISE SUUDLUS)

Musical in two acts

Libretto by Terrence McNally

Lyrics by Fred Ebb

Director Roman Hovenbitzer (Germany)

Musical Director and Conductor Tarmo Leinatamm

Stage and Costume Designer Walter Perdacher (Austria)

Light Designer Palle Palmé (Sweden)

Choreographer Antton Laine (Finland)

„Kiss of the Spider Woman“ was first brought on stage in Toronto in 1992, in

London West End on the same year and in 1993 on Broadway. In 1993 at the

Tony Award Ceremony „Kiss of the Spider Woman“ was recognized as the best

musical production, the play then won an award in seven categories all together.

In with subtitles

Jules Massenet

MANON

Opera in three acts

Musical Director and Conductor Lauri Sirp

Director Marko Matvere

Stage Designer Maarja Meeru

Choreographer Marika Aidla

The world premiere took place at Opera Comique in Paris in 1884. It was an

instant success and it remained in the repertoire of Opera Comique until

1959. Massenet’s Manon is one of the most popular French operas of all

times. It talks about the tragic love affair of Manon Lescaut and Le Chevalier

des Grieux. It is a marvellous example of the music and culture of the

Paris belle époque.

In with subtitles

Jule Styne

SUGAR

(Some Like It Hot)

Musical in two acts

Director Mare Tommingas

Musical Director and Conductor Tarmo Leinatamm

Stage Designer Jaanus Laagriküll

Costume Designer Ester Kannelmäe

Light Designer Palle Palmé (Sweden)

Choreography Janek Savolainen, Mare Tommingas

Producer Aivar Tommingas

The author of the lyrics of the musical is Bob Merrill. The libretto was

written by Peter Stone based on Robert Thoeren’s story and Billy Wilder and

I. A. L. Diamond’s film Some Like It Hot.

The plot of the musical is like in the best of soap operas – one never knows

who is actually who and how the story ends.

In with subtitles

Paul Abraham

BALL AT THE SAVOY

(SAVOY BALL)

Operetta in two acts

Director Georg Malvius (Sweden)

Musical Director and Conductor Lauri Sirp

Conductor Endel Nõgene

Stage Designer Ellen Cairns (Scotland)

Choreographer Antton Laine (Finland)

The opening night of the Ball at the Savoy took place at Metropol Theater in

Berlin in 1932. It is the most jazzy sounding operetta by Paul Ábrahám.

This story takes us to the first half of the 20th century France and describes

the events in the lives of the married couple Aristide and Madeleine after

their return from their honeymoon.

In with subtitles


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

(FIGARO PULM)

Opera in two acts

Musical Director and Conductor Mihkel Kütson

Conductor Aivo Välja

Director Indra Roga (Latvia)

Stage Designer Mãrtin Vilkãrsis (Latvia)

Costume Designer Anna Heinrihsone (Latvia)

Light Designer Igor Kapustin

Choreographer Elias Girod (Finland)

Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte, based on the Pierre-Augustin Beaumarchais play

„La folle journée, ou Le mariage de Figaro“. The opera’s activities are a direct

continuation to the play “The Barber of Seville” by Beaumarchais and also in relation

to the namesake opera by Rossini. Rosina has become countess Almaviva,

Figaro has entered into the count’s employment and prepares for his marriage

to Rosina’s chamber maid Susanna who is also eyed up by the count…

Giuseppe Verdi

RIGOLETTO

Opera in three acts

Musical Director and Conductor Lauri Sirp

Conductor Mihkel Kütson

Director Taisto Noor

Stage Designer Aime Unt

Choreographer Rufina Noor

This is a story of blind love, betrayal and revenge. The court jester, Rigoletto,

tries vehemently to protect his beloved daughter, Gilda, from the evil world. Unfortunately

he does not notice how his own instruments have become inhuman

in this fight. Blinded by revenge, he unknowingly sacrifices his own daughter.

In with subtitles

In with subtitles

Giacomo Puccini

MADAME BUTTERFLY

Opera in two acts

Musical Director and Conductor Mihkel Kütson

Conductor Lauri Sirp

Producer Guntis Gailitis (Latvian National Opera)

Stage Designer Anita Znutina (Latvian National Puppet Theatre)

A sad, beautiful and dramatic love story of a young Japanese woman called

Cho-cho-san (Butterfly) and an American marine called Pinkerton.

In with subtitles

Jacques Offenbach

THE TALES OF HOFFMANN

(HOFFMANI LOOD)

Fantastic opera in two acts

Musical Director and Conductor Lauri Sirp

Director Dmitri Bertman (Russia, Theatre Helikon)

Stage Designer Igor Nezhnyi (Russia, Theatre Helikon)

Costume Designer Tatjana Tulubjeva (Russia, Theatre Helikon)

Choreographer Polina Zhukova

In a wine cellar in Nuremberg the poet Hoffmann tells about his colourful love

stories with three women that ended in disappointment: an automation called

Olympia which seemed alive to Hoffmann ; a young singer, Antonia, suffering

from tuberculosis, whose father has forbidden her to sing so that it does not

remind him of his late wife; a courtesan called Giulietta who is under the power

of the wicked witch, Dapertutto, and wants to be sheltered by Hoffmann.

In with subtitles


Pyotr Tchaikovsky

Onegin

Ballet in two acts

BALLET GALA

(BALLETIGALA)

Dedicated to the International Dance Day.

April 29, 2010 at 19.00 at the Vanemuine Grand Building

Libretto Valeri Modestov (Russia)

Choreographer-director Vassili Medvedev (Russia)

Musical Director and Conductor Andrei Anikhanov

(St Petersburg Mussorgsky State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre)

Conductor Lauri Sirp

Stage Designer Boriss Kaminski (Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow)

Costume Designer Josef Jelinek (Czech Republic)

Sisters Tatiana and Olga are waiting for Olgaś beloved Lensky and his friend

Onegin. Tatiana, who is only 17 years old, falls in love with Onegin, who is

older than she is, and in the hot gust of passion she writes him a letter revealing

her feelings. Onegin rejects the girl´s declaration of love gently, but firmly.

V. Medvedev´s ballet version of one of the most loved verse-format novel of

the same name by Russian literature classic aleksandr Pushkin.

Pyotr Tchaikovsky

Sleeping Beauty

(Uinuv kaunitar)

Ballet in two acts

Choreographer-Director, Libretto Pär Isberg (Royal Swedish Ballet)

Set Designer Bo Ruben Hedwall (Sweden)

Costume Designer Emma Gauffin (Sweden)

Musical Director and Conductor Aivo Välja

Conductor Lauri Sirp

Specially for the Vanemuine troupe, a totally new libretto has been created

to the „Sleeping Beauty”. Instead of the fairytale castle we see a beach resort

from the beginning of the 20th century…

Adolphe Adam

Giselle

Ballet in two acts

Director Stanislav Fečo (Czech Republic)

Choreography by Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot and

Marius Petipa Stanislav Fečo

Musical Director and Conductor Lauri Sirp

Stage Designer Charles Cusick-Smith (Scotland)

This is a story of unreturned love, of madness, death and revenge where

atonement can only be brought about by the love that conquers all.

With the premiere of Giselle in 1841 in the Paris Opera Theatre, romantic

ballet achieved its most perfect and complex form.


Spring

(KEVADE)

Dance performance based on Oskar Luts’ novel „Spring”

Composer Ardo Ran Varres

Director-Choreographer Ruslan Stepanov

Stage Designer Liisi Eelmaa

Costume Designer Mare Tommingas

With this production we celebrate the 70th

anniversary of the Vanemuine ballet.

Because „Spring” by Oskar Luts is very Estonin, our own story, the Vanemuine

„Spring” has elevated a lot of excitement in critics (probably also in spectators)

for the international ballet troupe with the Japanese Arno in lead..

THE AFTERNOON OF PETRUSHKA

(PETRUŠKA PÄRASTLÕUNA)

Igor Stravinsky “Petrushka”

Claude Debussy “L´Apres-midi d´un Faune”

Maurice Ravel Cycle of songs „Sheherazade“

Ballet in two acts

Director-Choreographer Pontus Lidberg (Sweden)

Musical Director and Conductor Aivo Välja

Costume Designer Triinu Pungits

Light designer Patrik Bogårdh (Sweden)

Vanemuine ballet and symphony orchestra

“Afternoon of a Faune” and “Petrushka”, two of the most beautiful and

inspired pieces of music ever written for dance. Almost a century later,

I would like to bring them back in their most essential form, as dances

that touches on the ever important themes of identity and belonging.

Pontus Lidberg

Pyotr Tchaikovsky

THE NUTCRACKER

(PÄHKLIPUREJA)

Ballet in two acts

Libretto based on Elsa Beskov’s children’s book Petters och Lottas Jul (Petter’s

and Lotta’s Christmas) by Pär Isberg and Erik Näslund

Choreographer-Producer Pär Isberg (Sweden)

Musical Director Anu Tali

Conductor Lauri Sirp

Stage Designer Bo-Ruben Hedwall (Sweden)

Costume Designer Ann-Mari Anttila (Sweden)

Light Designer Torkel Blomkvist (Sweden)

Two orphans, Petter and Lotta, live together with their aunts Brown,

Green and Lavender. This is their first Christmas together

when the children can themselves go to the woods and

bring a Christmas tree and then later decorate it.

When the guests have left, it ist ime for the children to go to bed, but only

then do the really mysterious things start to happen…

THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

(VANAMEES JA MERI)

By Ernest Hemingway’s novella

Director-Choreographer, video Janek Savolainen

Libretto Katrin Pärn

Stage Designer Liina Unt

Operator Kalju Nugin

Music by Johnny Greenwood

„The Old Man and the Sea” is a dance-production of the young directorchoreographer

Janek Savolainen by the novella of Ernest Hemingway.


Olav Ehala / Oskar Luts

The Imp

(Nukitsamees)

Children musical in two acts

Libretto by Leelo Tungal

Lyrics by Juhan Viiding, Leelo Tungal

Director Eva Klemets

Musical Director and Conductor Lauri Sirp

Stage and Costume Designer Iir Hermeliin (Tallinn City Theatre)

Choreographer Janek Savolainen

Story about Iti and Kusti lost in the forest who run into the Woods Crone

house. They are forced to do hard work there and take care of the small Imp.

It is familiar to many Estonian children generations. “Nukitsamees” (The

Imp) by Oskar Luts belongs to the Estonian children’s literature classics.

In

Janno Põldma / Heiki Ernits / Priit Pajusaar

Detective Lotte

(DETEKTIIV LOTTE)

Children’s musical in two acts

Lyrics by Leelo Tungal

Director Ain Mäeots

Musical Director and Conductor Tarmo Leinatamm

Conductor Lauri Sirp

Stage Designer Iir Hermeliin (Tallinn City Theatre)

Choreographer Janek Savolainen

Lotte starts her stage adventures again! This time the friendly and affectionate

dog called Lotte tries to decide who she will be when she grows up. The

day which has just begun gives her a marvellous idea when her father Oskar

finds out that the sugar machine he has invented has gone missing. Lotte

and her friend Bruno decide not to wait doing nothing, but to become detectives

and find the machine themselves.

In


Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra

Season Opening Concert

September 18, 2009 at 19:00 at Vanemuine Concert Hall

Antonin Dvořák

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in B minor, Op. 104

Johannes Brahms

Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73

Indrek Leivategija (cello)

Conductor Mihkel Kütson

Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra

Advent Concert

December 9, 2009 at 19:00 at Tartu University’s Asembly Hall

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Concerto for Flute and Orchestra nr 2 D major, KV 312

Pēteris Vasks

Musica adventus

Franz Schubert

Symphony No. 9 in C major, D 944

Oksana Sinkova (flute)

Conductor Mihkel Kütson

Musical Concert „Memory 2010“

January 8 at 19:00, Vanemuine Concert Hall

January 9 at 19:00, Vanemuine Concert Hall

January 10 19:00, Pärnu Concert Hall

January 15 at 19:00, Jõhvi Concert Hall

January 16 at 19:00, Estonia Concert Hall

Opera Gala Endel Nõgene 60

March 12, 2010 at 19:00, Theatre Vanemuine Grand Building

Alla Popova, Annely Peebo (Volksoper Vienna),

Karmen Puis, Oliver Kuusik (NO Estonia),

Jassi Zahharov (NO Estonia), Atlan Karp, Taisto Noor

Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra

Conductor Endel Nõgene

Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra

Season Final Concert

May 8, 2010 at 19:00, Vanemuine Concert Hall

Richard Wagner Prelude to opera „Parsifal“

Richard Strauss Four Last Songs

Urmas Sisask Mass No. 1

Heli Veskus (NO Estonia), Alla Popova,

Karmen Puis, Oliver Kuusik (NO Estonia),

Märt Jakobson

Conductor Lauri Sirp

Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra and the opera choir,

Tartu Youth Choir

GB – Grand Building SB – Small Building HT – Harbour Theatre TU – Tartu University Assembly Hall

SEPTEMBER

6 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

6 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

15 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

18 19 Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra Season Opening Concert Tartu Concert Hall

19 19 Spring Tartu GB

20 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

20 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

22 19 Sugar Tartu GB

23 19 Spring Pärnu Concert Hall

24 19 The Tales of Hoffmann Tartu GB

26 19 Sleeping Beauty Tartu GB

27 16 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

OCTOBER

2 19 The Tales of Hoffmann Tartu GB

3 19 Giselle Tartu GB

7 19 Sugar Tartu GB

9 19 Manon Tartu SB

10 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

10 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

11 16 Sleeping Beauty Tartu GB

13 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

15 12 Spring Tartu GB

16 19 Sugar Tartu GB

17 19 Giselle Tartu GB

18 16 The Tales of Hoffmann Tartu GB

22 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

23 19 Sleeping Beauty Tartu GB

24 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

24 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

25 16 Spring Jõhvi Concert Hall

28 19 Manon Tartu SB

31 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

NOVEMBER

1 16 Spring Tartu GB

3 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

5 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

5 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

6 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

6 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

7 19 Sleeping Beauty Tartu GB

8 16 Manon Tartu SB

12 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

13 19 Sugar Tartu GB

14 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

15 16 The Nutcracker Tartu GB

19 19 Giselle Tartu GB

20 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

21 19 Manon Tartu SB

22 16 The Nutcracker Tartu GB

27 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

28 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall


DECEMBER

FEBRUARY

1 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

1 19 Sugar Tartu GB

3 19 Spring Tartu GB

4 19 Rigoletto Tartu SB

5 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

6 16 The Nutcracker Tartu GB

9 19 Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra Advent Concert Tartu TU

11 19 Giselle Tartu GB

12 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

12 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

13 16 The Nutcracker Tartu GB

15 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

16 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

16 19 Rigoletto Tartu SB

17 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

17 19 The Nutcracker Tartu GB

18 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

19 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

20 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

22 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

22 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

27 17 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

30 19 Ball at the Vanemuine Tartu GB

JANUARY

2 19 Sugar Tartu GB

3 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

4 19 Madame Butterfly Tartu SB

6 19 Spring Tartu GB

6 13 Detective Lotte Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

6 18 Detective Lotte Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

7 13 Detective Lotte Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

7 18 Detective Lotte Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

9 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

10 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

11 19 Sleeping Beauty Tartu GB

12 14 The Old Man and the Sea Tartu HT

13 19 The Tales of Hoffmann Tallinn NO Estonia

14 19 Sleeping Beauty Tallinn NO Estonia

16 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

18 19 Manon Tartu SB

19 19 Onegin Tartu GB

20 19 The Old Man and the Sea Tartu HT

20 19 Manon Tallinn NO Estonia

21 19 Onegin Tallinn NO Estonia

25 19 Rigoletto Tartu SB

26 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

27 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

MARCH

3 13 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

3 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

5 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

5 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

6 18 The Nutcracker Tartu GB

8 19 Musical Concert Memory 2010 Tartu Concert Hall

9 19 Musical Concert Memory 2010 Tartu Concert Hall

10 19 Musical Concert Memory 2010 Pärnu Concert Hall

10 16 Spring Tartu GB

12 19 Sugar Tartu GB

13 19 Madame Butterfly Tartu SB

14 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

15 19 Musical Concert Memory 2010 Jõhvi Concert Hall

16 19 Musical Concert Memory 2010 Tallinn NO Estonia

16 19 The Old Man and the Sea Tartu HT

19 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

20 19 Onegin Tartu GB

21 19 Manon Tartu SB

21 19 The Old Man and the Sea Tartu HT

23 19 Evita Tartu GB

24 16 Evita Tartu GB

27 19 Sugar Tartu GB

28 19 Rigoletto Tartu SB

29 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

30 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

31 16 The Old Man and the Sea Tartu HT

2 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

3 19 Onegin Tartu GB

5 19 Evita Tartu GB

6 12 The Imp Tartu SB

6 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

7 12 The Imp Tartu SB

12 19 Opera Gala Tartu GB

12 19 Spring Tallinn NO Estonia

13 12 The Imp Tartu SB

13 19 The Old Man and the Sea Tartu HT

14 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

14 18 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

16 19 Sugar Tartu GB

20 19 The Afternoon of Petrushka Tartu GB

24 19 The Afternoon of Petrushka Tartu GB

25 19 Evita Tartu GB

30 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

31 12 The Imp Tartu SB

31 19 Spring Tartu GB

31 19 Madame Butterfly Tartu SB

GB – Grand Building SB – Small Building HT – Harbour Theatre TU – Tartu University Assembly Hall


APRIL

1 19 Onegin Tartu GB

6 19 Ball at the Savoy Tartu GB

7 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

8 19 The Afternoon of Petrushka Tartu GB

9 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

10 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

13 19 The Old Man and the Sea Tartu HT

14 19 Evita Tartu GB

15 12 The Imp Tartu SB

15 18 The Imp Tartu SB

16 19 The Afternoon of Petrushka Tartu GB

18 19 Onegin St. Petersburg

22 19 Evita Tartu GB

24 19 The Marriage of Figaro Tartu SB

25 16 Spring Tartu GB

27 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

28 19 The Marriage of Figaro Tartu SB

29 19 Ballet Gala Tartu GB

29 13 The Imp Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

29 18 The Imp Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

30 19 Ballet Gala Jõhvi Concert Hall

30 13 The Imp Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

MAY

5 19 The Afternoon of Petrushka Tartu GB

7 19 Spring Tartu GB

8 19 Vanemuine Symphony Orchestra Season Final Concert Tartu Concert Hall

11 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tartu GB

12 19 Evita Tartu GB

13 12 Detective Lotte Tartu GB

13 19 The Marriage of Figaro Tartu SB

14 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

15 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

16 13 The Imp Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

16 18 The Imp Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

18 12 The Imp Tartu SB

18 18 The Imp Tartu SB

20 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

21 19 The Kiss of the Spiderwoman Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

JUNE

11 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

12 19 Evita Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

13 13 The Imp Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

13 18 The Imp Tallinn Nokia Concert Hall

JULY

23 20 The Marriage of Figaro Saaremaa Opera Days

GB – Grand Building SB – Small Building HT – Harbour Theatre TU – Tartu University Assembly Hall

Sales information

Ticket sales

Tickets are sold in the box offices of the Vanemuine and from the sales

outlets of Piletilevi and Piletimaailm all over Estonia. The most common

payment and credit cards are accepted.

Box office of the Grand Building:

Monday to Saturday 10:00-19:00,

Sun an hour before the performance, ph +372 7440 165

Box office of the Small Building:

Monday to Friday 12:00-19:00

and Sat, Sun an hour before the performance, ph +372 7440 160

Box office of the Harbour Theatre:

one hour before the performance, ph +372 7344 248

Bookings

Tickets may be booked in the box offices of the Vanemuine

and by phone – +372 7440 165, +372 7440 160

and by e-mail at kassa@vanemuine.ee, tickets@vanemuine.ee.

Booked tickets have to be bought prior one month to the performance.

Tickets are not refunded or exchanged.

For children under 3 it is possible to buy lap tickets.

Information about Tartu

www.visittartu.com

Tickets online

www.vanemuine.ee

www.piletimaailm.com

www.piletilevi.ee

www.ticketpro.ee

The theatre has the right to make changes in the programme.

How to get there?

Tallinn – Tartu 189 km

2 h 20 min www.bussireisid.ee

2 h 30 min www.edel.ee

Helsinki – Tallinn 80 km

1 h 50 min www.tallink.ee

30 min www.estonian-air.ee

Riga – Tartu 222 km

50 min www.airbaltic.com

4 h www.bussireisid.ee

Stockholm – Tartu 509 km

1 h 30 min www.estonian-air.ee


Spring

(KEVADE)

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