A wealthy landowner is brutally murdered in a small town, and each of his children is caught up in the crime. In the wake of the murder the writhings of a dysfunctional family are exposed: the petty rivalries, the romantic triangles, and the seething resentment.
Equal parts murder mystery, family drama, and absurd comedy, Dostoyevsky's dissection of humanity is brought to life in Richard Crane’s award winning adaptation.
written by Richard Crane
directed and designed by Victor Kalka
with Alice Birbara, Ryan Devlin, Patrick Howard, and Lucia May
sound design by Ryan Devlin, lighting design by Liam O'Keefe
produced by Jess Zlotnick, stage managed by Christopher Starnawski