Howard Colyer returns to the Jack with Kafka's The Trial, adapted as a dramatic monologue. Colyer's re-imagining of this famous text places K. in his prison cell one year on from his arrest. Within the confines of these four walls he grapples with the confounding events which have driven him to the brink of insanity and now leave him facing possible execution.
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Someone must have maligned Joseph K. because he was arrested one morning without having done anything wrong. The successful and respected Joseph K. is arrested on his 30th birthday, but for what crime?