Sextant Productions presents this stage adaptation of Kafka's classic novel, a strange, comic, and poignant tale of one man’s absurd quest to be given the rights of a citizen and afforded the dignity of a human being. More…
A man is arrested by an unidentified authority for an unnamed crime. Joseph K is constantly harassed, persecuted and punished. He tries to make sense of his circumstances but finds no assurances, no relief. His appeals are squashed. He is forced not only to find his way out of a cruel labyrinth that offers no clues for escape but also to assess his own responsibility for what unfolds.
See it if If you like Kafka then it is worth seeing but not really great. New theater company so may be shaking bugs out.
Don't see it if A very so-so production, could have been better directed and put forth better.
See it if You want to support a new company adapting a classic novel into a play, no frills and mixed levels of expertise
Don't see it if You like polished performance and strong acting presences