On his thirtieth birthday, Joseph K has his sushi home -delivery intercepted by two unidentified agents who inform him he is under arrest. He has no idea what he's done wrong but he's determined to clear his name. As he tries to make sense of his situation and to confront those who threaten his freedom, Joseph is thrown headlong into a fight against an invisible and illogical law.
Inspired by Franz Kafka's classic nov el 'The Trial', Joseph K tells the story of a man who is arrested and prosecuted for a crime that is never revealed and his subsequent struggle against an inaccessible authority.
Directed by Sean O'Riordan, Set Design by James Smithers, Costume Design by Hamish Elliot, Lighting Design by Alex Holver, Stage Manager: Milly Grindrod, Photography by Clare Hawley. Cast: Matt Bartlett, Georgia Brindley, Michael Brindley, Elouise Eftos, P hoebe Heath, Tim Kemp, Naomi Lees, Deborah Faye Lee, James Smithers and Danen Young.
Wednesday 1st May – Saturday 18th May
Wed- Sat 8pm, Sun 5pm
Previews 1st and 2nd May 8pm
Opening Night 3rd May 8pm
$40 Full | $35 Concession
$30 Previews and Cheap Wednesdays
Limelight on Oxford: 231 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
More info and tickets available at: www.limelightonoxford.com.au/joseph-k.php