The Trial (Der Process)

The Trial (Der Process)

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 This production is a student adaptation in German.

“Someone must have been spreading lies about Josef K., for he was arrested one morning without having done anything wrong…”

Held under arrest by a faceless authority, K. embarks on a journey to establish his supposed crime. A tale of guilt unfolds as he finds himself increasingly lost in the surreal and dream-like world of the court.

For their sixth production, The Oxford German Play bring Kafka’s classic novel to the stage in its original language (with English subtitles)

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By Franz Kafka

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