Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky

Crime and Punishment

Directed by Ana Tomović

Adaptation: Andrzej Wajda, Translated from Russian and Polish by: Petar Vujičić, Set Designer: Ljerka Hribar, Costume Designer: Momirka Bailović, Dramaturgy: Filip Vujošević and Olga Dimitrijević, Speech: Ljiljana Mrkić Popović, Scene Movement: Bojana Mišić,

“The concept is such that the crime per se already contains punishment, that the two are impossible to separate. Raskolnikov would gladly separate the two, commit crime without punishment, because he thinks he shouldn’t be punished; maybe somebody else should, some ordinary person certainly, but he shouldn’t because he has the ability to “utter a new word”. Punishment is – an integral part of this metaphysical question, the question of truth – that every our action in reality has a certain consequence. We could say, action and consequence instead of crime and punishment.”

(the director Ana Tomović about the play)

DOSTOYEVSKY IN YDT 

Crime and Punishment of F. M. Dostoyevsky was first produced in Yugoslav Drama Theatre on March 18th 1971 after the dramatization and direction of Miroslav Belović. Ana Tomović’s Crime and Punishment is the second time this work is staged in YDT.

Premiere: 8 June 2013

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Ticket Price: 1000 RSD

2hrs, no interval