Based on The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Adapted by Zachary Tomlinson and Rosa Schneider
Directed by Zachary Tomlinson
Dramaturg Rosa Schneider
Set and Masks Raphael Mishler
Costumes Kaela Mei-Shing Garvin
Lights Elizabeth Hintze
Stage Manager Sebastian Gutierrez
Presented at IRT Jan 28 - Feb 1, 2015
"As a whole, the cast of Dmitri is the strongest I’ve seen this year ... Jesse Brenneman is outstanding ... Mackenzie Knapp creates a character that is at once utterly repellent and strangely sympathetic ... Gordon Landenberger powerfully combines the romanticism and the desperation inherent in his position ... [and] Calder Jameson Shilling captures the disdainful irony that – we learn – may be even more dangerous than the erotic desperation of his older brother.
"Dmitri and the Three Thousand Kopeks is an extraordinary, exciting piece of theatre; proof that a strong directorial vision and honest performances can go a long way towards performing even the most “unperformable” piece. [...] There’s no better use of $18 in New York theatre this week."
—Tara Isabella Burton, LitroNY