Diary of a Madman


by Nikolai Gogol, adapted by David Holman, with Neil Armfield and Geoffrey Rush

October 4-20, 2013

Christopher Harris as Poprishchin  --  Photo by Peter Wochniak

Brilliant… an astounding evening of theater.” – Chris Gibson, broadwayworld.com

A powerhouse  performance…” – Judith Newmark, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 “Charming, comedic swirl…” – Richard Green, talkinbroadway.com

Heartbreaking climax…” – Dennis Brown, The Riverfront Times

A fine, affecting presentation…” – Mark Bretz, Ladue News

Dreyer plays with a lyrical touch and nuanced timing…to great affect…” – Tina Farmer, KDHX

A thrilling night of theatre… don’t miss it…” – Andrea Torrence, St. Louis Theatre Snob


Gogol's masterpiece about a Russian civil servant whose struggle to rise above the mindless routine brings him to the brink of delusion—and beyond.

Directed by Philip Boehm. Set by Michael Heil. Costumes by Katie Donovan. Lighting by Steve Carmichael. Props by Claudia Mink Horn.   

Cast: Christopher Harris and Magan Wiles, with live music by Joe Dreyer.


Magan Wiles in one of her many roles and Christopher Harris as Poprishchin.
Photo by Peter Wochniak

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