Adapting one of Dostoyevsky's literary mind mazes for the stage comes with a couple of major impediments. First, there's the sprawling scope and elaborate parade of characters that populate many of his major works. Next, perhaps more daunting, is the fact that so much of the action takes place inside characters' heads or in the narrative itself: great plummeting moods, labyrinthine insights, high-wire cockamamie cognitive gambits. Playwrights Marilyn Campbell and Curt Columbus skirt these obstacles, sensibly... More >>>