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The Foundry Theatre
140-142 2nd Ave, Suite 405
New York, NY 10003
(212) 777 - 1444

K.I. from Crime


Site Specific, NYC
Adapted and directed by one of Russia’s master directors, Kama Ginkas and performed by Oksana Mysina, one of Russia's most venerated actors, the explosive K.I. from Crime depicts the last living moments of Katerina Ivanovna (K.I.), a character drawn from the margins of Dostoevsky's “Crime and Punishment.” In Ginkas' adaptation, K.I. performs to an audience of ‘guests’ at a memorial for her recently deceased husband. Penniless, she sees the encroaching despair his death will bring to her life and the lives of her children. The audience soon discovers that this “memorial” is not for her husband, it is for her own soul. Performed entirely in Russian, without subtitles, Mysina's K.I. is a spellbinding character in any language.

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Adapted from Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment by Danil Gink

Directed By Kama Ginkas

Featuring Oksana Mysina

With Elizabeth Boiko, Bridget Clark, Robert Olinger, Eugene Vovk

A production of Moscow New Generation Theatre

Beyond language, the consummate expression of an unfathomable need.
Leaves you aghast, with a renewed sense of theater as art.
[A] kind of vehement clarity. Ginkas has a commanding theatrical vision.