Co-produced with

Delirium

by Theatre O and Enda Walsh
adaptation of The Brothers Karamazov

October 26-November 13

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. For mature audiences.    

All performances take place at the Latvian Society Theater - 531 N. 7th St., Philadelphia 

CAST

About the Original Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Born Nov. 11, 1821 in Moscow, Russia, Fyodor Dostoyevsky was educated at home until 1833. He studied to be a military engineer, but shortly after graduating decided to become a writer. He experienced traumatic events, including a mock execution and exile. His work explored the human condition and is credited with shaping existentialism. Crime and Punishment is one of his most well-known novels.

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Fyodor......................Robert Smythe*
Mitya...........................Chris Anthony
Ivan............................Johnny Smith*
Alyosha....................Anthony Crosby
Grushenka...................Kayla Grasser
Katerina.................Kelly McCaughan

Smerdyakov...............Ross Beschler*

*Actors appearing with permission of Actors' Equity Association

Tickets

Wed-Thurs.....................................$25

Fri-Sun...........................................$32

Opening Night 2/3.........................$35

Student/Industry...........................$12

The Latvian Society is not fully handicap accessible. Please contact EgoPo with any assistance needs.

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