Thursday, October 21 @ 7:30pm – SOLD OUT
Friday, October 22 @ 7:30pm – SOLD OUT
Saturday, October 23 @ 7:30pm – SOLD OUT
Sunday, October 24 @ 2:00pm – SOLD OUT
Thursday, October 28 @ 7:30pm – SOLD OUT
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Saturday, October 30 @ 7:30pm – SOLD OUT
Sunday, October 31 @ 2:00pm – SOLD OUT
Plan Your Visit
Tickets: Registration is required for admission. No need to print anything once you’ve registered – your name will be on our list!
COVID Safety: Masks are strongly encouraged to be worn during the entirety of the performance. Drinking and eating will not be allowed during the performance.
Run Time: 45 minutes, no intermission
Arriving: Please arrive early – there are no breaks in the performance for late seating. The easiest way to access the UI Main Library Gallery is via the north entrance of the main library.
Parking: For information on parking near the UI Main Library, please click HERE.
Concessions: There will be no concessions and we kindly request that no food or drink be brought into the gallery, aside from water bottles.
University of Iowa Main Library Gallery, 125 W Washington St, Iowa City 52242
Adapted by Marie-Hélène Estienne
Directed by Ron Clark
October 21-31, 2021 at University of Iowa Main Library Gallery, 125 W Washington St, Iowa City 52242
In collaboration with the Iowa City Book Festival and University of Iowa Libraries’ “Dostoevsky at 200” exhibit.
Dostoevsky’s chilling parable about life, religious faith, and the stories that hold our society together. A monologue of urgency and intensity adapted from The Brothers Karamazov.
The Inquisitor: John William Watkins*
with Joshua Fryvecind
Director: Ron Clark
Scenic & Lighting Designer: Chris Rich
Costume Designer: Jenny Nutting Kelchen
Stage Manager: Maggie McClellan
Sound Designer: Bri Atwood
COVID Safety Officers: Adam Knight, Jody Hovland
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States