The Brothers Karamazov, by Fyodor DostoyevskyFriday, 20 May, 2011
At the Barons Court Theatre in June. Adapted for the stage by Connie Stephens
“One vile reptile will devour the other. And serve them both right too!”
Dmitry Karamazov has killed his father. Everyone thinks so. He was seen running from the crime scene covered in blood, he has both motive and weapon and he’s spent the last month telling everyone he’s going to do it.
But has he? Does one of his brothers know more than he’s telling? Or is the devil involved?
A delve into faith, fibbing and dysfunctionality, Dostoyevsky’s passionate last novel is brought to the intimate stage of Barons Court Theatre in this new adaptation by Myriad Productions Ltd who specialise in brand new adaptations of the classics, using minimalist sets, stylised props and costumes, and high-calibre actors.
Tuesday 14th – Saturday 25th June 2011, 7.30 pm (no shows Sun or Mon)
Venue: Barons Court Theatre, The Curtain’s Up Pub, Comeragh Road, London W14 9HR