K: Impressions of The Trial by Franz Kafka
The play starts with a series of snapshots: brief, wordless scenes that show Joseph K wandering through the park, along the street, in a back alley, feeling fearful and paranoid in situations that look harmless. K clearly feels that people are staring at him and talking about him, but also seems to be telling himself that it’s all in his imagination. The next morning, K is arrested.
- Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, MN