"Director Brenna Geffers' production is physical, utterly awash in sound, song, color, lights, and inventive choreographed movement." - Philadelphia Inquirer
"The production is undeniably innovative." - PA Theatre Guide
By theatre O and Enda Walsh
Directed by Brenna Geffers
In this raucous re-visioning of Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, celebrated Irish playwright Enda Walsh (the musical “Once”) distills this great novel to its brutal essence. Through an explosion of light, sound and puppetry, this theatrical outburst of toxic masculinity grabs audiences by the throat. Three brothers are locked in an eternal family struggle with their abusive patriarch culminating in an epic theological battle. Director Brenna Geffers (Machinal, The Hairy Ape) stages this bold Philadelphia premiere.