Over 30 of the most captivating performers in the Twin Cities have been assembled under the creative direction of Noah Bremer, Tyler Olsen and Joanna Harmon to bring the characters, stories and psychological madness of CRIME AND PUNISHMENT to life. Built over the entire span of The Soap Factory's basement and inspired by the post-industrial decay of this notorious space, some of the most talented visual artists around created an all-encompassing subterranean city fit for Dostoevsky's world. Composer Michael Croswell's original soundtrack, along with custom smells by St. Croix Sensory add a 4th dimension that weaves through the city, creating a thrilling and completely immersive experience.
-Your experience begins when you purchase your ticket. By making this purchase, you agree to receive information that will enhance your experience via email from Live Action Set.
-Due to some adult content, Crime and Punishment is not recommended for those under 16 years old.
-We recommend wearing comfortable shoes as audience members will walk and stand for extended periods of time during their performance experience.
-Each audience member must wear a lightweight plastic mask for the duration of the performance. We strongly recommend that you wear contact lenses to avoid discomfort with glasses. Some masks are modified to better accommodate glasses. Masks must be returned at the conclusion of the performance experience. Talking while wearing masks is not permitted.
-We provide a complimentary bag check for our audience and require that any large purses, bags, coats or objects are checked prior to the performance.
-Be advised, although audience members may be touched by actors, inappropriate reciprocal contact is prohibited.
-Crime and Punishment is ADA accessible. Please notify the Soap Factory upon purchasing tickets to make arrangements for your visit.
Run time: 60 minutes
Limited street parking is available.
Nice Ride MN to The Soap Factory (station onsite!).
The Soap Factory is a laboratory for artistic experimentation, audience engagement and emerging cultural practice. www.soapfactory.org