February 2011 Play Reading - The Idiots Karamazov

February Play Reading, Part 1

WHAT: Play reading - The Idiots Karamazov
WHERE: FINNBRIT, Fredrikinkatu 20a
WHEN: Saturday, 5th February, 7pm

At play readings we read a play out loud. One person leads the reading and assigns roles. Everybody gets a chance to read.

The Idiots Karamazov by Christopher Durang and Albert Innaurato
The distinguished linguist Constance Garnet, Bart., is preparing a new translation of The Brothers Karamazov. She is, however, utterly and completely bonkers, so it is hardly surprising when things start to go awry as the characters come alive around her.
Jack Leo leads a reading of this musical comedy (yes!) in which Christopher Durang parodies the great Russian classics - along with quite a few other literary works - in his uniquely absurd style. How can there be a God if there are feet? FINNBRIT (Freda 20), on Saturday 5 February starting at 7 pm. (NB: this reading is exceptionally on a Saturday).

Free entrance. Bring a bottle and a friend. Remember that play readings are not performances!