THE CRAZY 20s IN ARRIAGA
Franz Kafka locked Gregor Samsa in his room, transformed into a giant insect. In so doing, he traced the whole array of human behaviour. Set in a middle-class family in Prague in 1912, this universal work delves into the true essence of both Gregor Samsa and the people around him. Based on this story, Kakerlake/Kafka submerges us in a poetic and passionate journey. A multidisciplinary creation, where Kafka’s allegory takes the audience into Gregor’s mind and thoughts.
A stage creation by Richard Sahagun who offers us a mise en scène full of risk and poetry, which also represents the return to the stage of the great writer from Vitoria, Toti Martinez de Lezea.
12 - 19:00.
PricesFriends of Arriaga:
Groups, young people, over-65s, unemployed, large families and people with 33%+ disability:
Last minute discount (for above-mentioned groups, except Friends of Arriaga):
Last minute discount for Young Friends of Arriaga:
People with disabilities who use wheelchairs: