Story of a bank clerk trapped in a maze of absurdities. One morning, Joseph K is informed that he is under arrest. He is not accused of any particular crime, but is set on a comic course of shame and horror.
Archive :: production:T01013421531, play:S5346, venue:V560
More than forty years after its first performance, Steven Berkoff's brilliant adaptation of Franz Kafka's masterpiece has become a classic work of twentieth century theatre and a widely studied syllabus piece. Kafka's universal parable about the human condition is retold in Berkoff's startlingly original, fresh and endlessly surprising play, brought back to the stage in Blackeyed Theatre's trademark ensemble, physical theatre style to create an inspiring and unforgettable piece of theatre, ideal for lovers of pure theatre and those studying the ?Berkovian' theatre style. Approx running time: 2hrs 20mins (inc. interval)