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Epic Russian exploration of the criminal conscience. Raskolnikov, a former student, believes that some men possess an incredible destiny which permits them to commit all manner of crimes to the greater good of humanity. The ensuing murders bring him through horror to redemption. Age recommendation 14+Performers Adam Best (Raskolnikov), Mabel Clements (Nastasya), George Costigan (Porfiry/Marmeladov), Amiera Darwich (Dunya), Chris Donald (Skabichevsky/Lebezayatnikov), Cate Hamer (Alyona/Pulktheria/Katerina/Darya), Jessica Hardwick (Sonya), John Paul Hurley (Ilya), Jack Lord (Luizhin), Obioma Ugoala (Razumikhin).
Author Fyodor Dostoevsky. Producer Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse. Producer Royal Lyceum Edinburgh. Adapted by Chris Hannan. Director Dominic Hill. Design Colin Richmond. Lighting Chris Davey. Music Nikola Kodjabashia. Director Benedicte Seierup (movement). Director Lucien MacDougall (movement).
USER (12Oct13): Fantastic acting . brilliant
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