Fyodor Dostoevsky has been an important author for the Theater Yunogo Zritelya over the last two decades.
Until now that was because of the interest Kama Ginkas harbors in the works of the great 19th-century novelist.
Ginkas produced four major dramatizations of Dostoevsky in Moscow between 1988 and 2006.
For the moment at least, the baton has passed on to another. While Ginkas was recently busy rehearsing a new production of “Medea,” his former student Irina Keruchenko unveiled a production of Dostoevsky’s short story, “The Meek One.” It plays in the same small “white room” on the theater’s third floor, made famous by Ginkas’ productions of “K.I.
from lsquo;Crime'” and “Pushkin. Duel. Death.” Keruchenko established her reputation with distinctive productions of …