No Drama Theatre
14 – 18 Jun | 8pm | Boys School
Written by Franz Kafka, adapted by Steven Berkoff
“Someone must have been lying about Joseph K, for without having done anything wrong, he was arrested.”
A man wakes up and is arrested. He tries to find out why and fails. The end.
“Dearest Max, The Trial [is] to be burned unread.”
“Astounding! Exciting! Life-changing! The staging is minimalist, the set-up is straightforward, the acting is totally unconventional.”
Donncha MacCoil, The Paris Billet delivers his ‘verdict’: ★★★★★
“A heavy-handed fugue of a production that swamps the audience in a morass of pompous, stinking cliché and tortured, circuitous plot logic.”
Ciaran Milton, The San Evander Admirer: 1 popcorn out of 5.
WARNING: experimental performance containing nudity, sexual/adult content, strong language chase effect lighting, do not get in eyes.
Cast: Nikhil Dubey, Louise Dunne, Elaine Fahey, Greg Freegrove, Siobhan Hickey, Amélie Laguillon, Sarah Moloney, Daniel O’Brien, Cathal O’Donovan, Ciaran Treanor
Directed by Noel Cahill and David Breen
This performance is for mature audiences only