by Franz Kafka

Dir. by Tina Brock

Fringe Arts Festival, Philadelphia, 2013

set design

Kafka's final novel tells the haunting tale of a man's relentless struggle with authority in order to gain entrance to the Castle.

"Anna Kiraly’s smart scenic design, comprising three rows of detached walls and distressed doors that lead nowhere, Robin Stamey’s hazy lighting, and Erica Hoelscher’s ever-impressive costumes enhance the illogic of the script and the characterizations of its preposterous players."

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