Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “The Idiot” in Berlin
The theater collective “Sketches in Space” presents a striking adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel, The Idiot. Vividly staged in Berlin with elements of multimedia, the production shows the struggle of the four protagonists against their own passions and ambitions, recasting the timeless figures of the novel and evoking the intricate themes that run through Dostoevsky’s works – where the search for truth takes place within the individual.
As residents of Moscow’s Meyerhold Theatre Centre, the award-winning troupe is among the best street theater collectives in Russia. Its distinctive style splices the visual texture of the street onto the confines of the dramatic theater, with the spirit of each production dictating its form. Objects and images take on new meaning within the atmosphere that they create, and their actions are transformed into indelible sketches in space.
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