January 17, 2018 – February 18, 2018

January 19, 2018 >> February 18, 2018
“It’s in the nature of this judicial system that one is condemned not only in innocence but also in ignorance.”

Picture this: A 30-year-old man going about his day, when suddenly without cause or warning, he is arrested while at work. Two unidentified agents from an unknown agency arrest this man for an unspecified crime. While this story might sound as if it had been ripped from the headlines, it is from Franz Kafka’s 1914/15 The Trial. Synetic Theater will explore the struggles of “K” and his encounters with the invisible Law and the untouchable Court. This production is recommended for ages 17+ for mature content.

This show will have dialogue.

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Enjoy group discussion and dinner with the cast Sunday, February 11 at 6pm in Lobby and Theater.


Josef K: Shu-nan Chu
Anna: Tori Bertocci
Willem: Chris Willumsen
Franz: Thomas Beheler
Inspector/Judge/Priest/Huld: Ryan Tumulty
Clerk/Ms. Grubach/Leni: Kathy Gordon
Karl: Lee Liebeskind