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Drama
Full Length
12M, 4W, Total: 16
Three brothers, separated since childhood, reunite as adults in the house of their father, a lecherous, whore-mongering landowner who abandoned the boys after driving their respective mothers into early graves. The eldest son, Dmitry, a passionately impetuous ladies' man and professional soldier, angrily accuses his father of not only withholding his inheritance, but also of trying to buy the heart of Grushenka, the woman Dmitry loves. The middle son, Ivan, a cool, self-control...
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Dark Comedy
Full Length
8M, 3W, Total: 11
Cited as one of the 100 greatest works of fiction of all time by a panel of international writers in 2002, THE CASTLE remains "Kafka's most magical novel" (New York Times). By turns sexy, comic and horrifying, this new stage version of THE CASTLE tells the story of a man who decides to fight a monstrous bureaucracy rather than give in to it, attempting and failing to gain entrance to a castle where he has been summoned to work. In its surreal depiction of an all-powerful organi...
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Drama
Full Length
11M, 2W, Total: 13
Drenched in the magic and mystery of the Kabbala, THE GOLEM retells the legend of a sixteenth-century Rabbi in Prague who defies God when he molds and animates a huge clay figure to defend the Jewish community from attack. Written in Yiddish in 1921 by Russian expatriate H. Leivick, THE GOLEM was astonishingly prophetic of the events of the Holocaust and the birth of the State of Israel. In the wake of September 11th, the play carries with it even more powerful echoes of the di...
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Drama
Full Length
9M, 6W, Total: 15
A young man, Leo Myshkinócalled "Prince Myshkin" due to royal blood somewhere in his pastóreturns to Russia after 15 years in a Swiss institution where he was treated for severe epilepsy. Carrying nothing but a small bundle, he is at first taken for an idiot by the cynical, jaded society of 1860s St. Petersburg. Gradually, his non-judgmental, forgiving and almost child-like nature bewitches all who meet him, including two of the most beautiful, sought-after women in town: Aglay...
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