Somebody must have slandered Josef K., for one morning, without having done anything wrong, he was arrested. The novel "The Process" was written by Franz Kafka in the early years of the twentieth century. It follows the journey of a man (Josef K.) who wakes up one morning and is arrested without being told, what he is accused of.
Josef K. sets out to find out what his trial is all about and encounters an alien world of the court, of women, lawyers, art and the church.
For this production an own, adapted version of the novel was created. The production is rehearsed in Ghana and Germany, with three actors from each country. They will be showing their work-in-progress with the Ghanaian actors.
Featuring three famous Ghanaians: Dr. So and General Nta Tea (the "Two Idiots") and poetry slammer Sir Black
Directed by: Simon Eifeler (aka Kwaku Quansah)