Is terrorism ever justifiable? In a small apartment overlooking a street where the Grand Duke Sergei will pass on his way to the theater, a group of Russian revolutionaries stand at grim attention, waiting to end his life in the name of justice. In a severe and passionate examination of a factual assassination during the 1905 Russian Revolution, Camus dramatizes the minds of men and women more than willing to die for their cause. He finds unexpected nobility and chilling detachment in the behavior of these desperate revolutionaries after justice shapes their actions into the form of a classic tragedy. March 1st-6th tickets are Pay-What-You-Can.