05 July - 07 July
Diane Cilento Studio$15 - $10Buy tickets
In a nutshell
Presented by the Young Artists’ Performance Ensemble
One doesn’t have to believe everything is true. One only has to believe it is necessary.
On the morning of her 25th birthday, journalist Josephine K is arrested for a crime she can’t remember.
The arrest sets off a labyrinthine quest to reveal the truth about herself and the society in which she lives. As her path to innocence weaves through the pillars of a civilised world, Josephine’s grip on what is real and what is hyper-real begins to blur.
Retold with biting comedy, Franz Kafka’s iconic novel comes to life in a powerful and haunting glimpse at what it means to be on the outside in the 21st century.
Cast Includes Daphne Chen, Vincent Edginton, Harry Grove, Lulu Harvey, Jack Ingram, Maxwell Josephson, Liam Kenny, Isabel Knights, Henry Marsh, Indiah Morris, Parker Newlan, Lucy Nunn, Julia Schmidt, Penny Shekarian, Ty Smithers, Nicholas Stevenson, Roisin Wallace-Nash, Walt Webster-Curran
Director Jason Klarwein and Kellie Lazarus
Designer Brooke Coleman
Lighting Designer Christine Felmingham
Sound Designer Brady Watkins
Contains mature themes and low level coarse language.