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Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Franz Kafka. Drawing on a rich vein of early writing and less well-known short stories, this extended and re-developed play first seen at York Theatre Royal in 2010, presents a layering and interweaving of eerie dreamscapes. It is Shot through with Kafka's hallmark foreboding and alienation, absurdist humour and struggling humanity. Out of character make challenging work for inquisitive audiences with the aim of transcending the boundaries of modern theatre and your perceptions of mental health. The fine line between madness and genius, inspiration and medication.Author Franz Kafka. Producer York Theatre Royal. Producer Out of Character. Adapted by Juliet Forster. Director Juliet Forster.
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