by Michael A. Smith
Jan. 18 - Feb. 3, 2007
at Manbites Dog Theater
See also a poem: Russian Metaphor contributed by one of our members.
The world premiere of a commissioned work, by Chatham County playwright Michael A. Smith, is equal parts Harold Lloyd/Charlie Chaplin slapstick and Dr. Zhivago melodrama.
Will our intrepid anti-hero, Fyodor Dostoevsky, dodge his landlady, find young love, evade the secret police, win civil rights for the peasantry, and deliver the latest chapters of his masterpiece?
show times: January 18-20, 24-28, January 31-February 3 8:15 pm with a 2 pm matinee on Sunday, January 28
tickets: $10-15, available soon through Manbites Dog's web site.
Featuring Dorrie Casey, Marcia Edmundson, Thaddaeus Edwards, Dana Marks, Gregor McElvogue, Michael O'Foghludha, Jay O'Berski, Nicole Quenelle, Adam Sampieri, Eddy Shipman, Geraud Staton, LaMark Wright
Directed by Tom Marriott
Designed by Jeff Alguire, Barry Keith, Tatianna Kojevnakova-Keith, Steve Tell