Following her Intiman debut with last year's acclaimed production of A Streetcar Named Desire, Associate Director Sheila Daniels launches the 2009 season with a new production of Crime and Punishment, which she originally directed at the Capitol Hill Arts Center in 2007. Hana Lass and Galen Joseph Osier, the stars of the production's extended four-month run at CHAC, are joined by Todd Jefferson Moore in this award-winning adaptation of Dostoyevsky's masterpiece. Unfolding through flashbacks and the tour-de-force acting of its three-person cast, Crime and Punishment pulls the audience inside the minds of its characters as they debate questions of morality, faith and the nature of evil.
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