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JOSEPH K @ LIMELIGHT ROOM, Limelight on Oxford, 231 Oxford Street Darlinghurst

JOSEPH K is arrested on his thirtieth birthday, and ending on his 31st birthday, we experience the mediocrity of a dystopian government bureaucracy gone quite mad.

This JOSEPH K is a truely brilliant production with a perfect ensemble cast of ten actors, with many in unique multiple roles. Expertly directed by Sean O’Riordon, who is an actor’s director who understands all the nuances of performance. The well-chosen background music soundtrack, adds an extra level of depth to the JOSEPH K  theatre experience.          Continue reading JOSEPH K @ LIMELIGHT ROOM, Limelight on Oxford, 231 Oxford Street Darlinghurst

ACTT PRESENTS TOM BASDEN’S JOSEPH K @ BONDI PAVILION

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During October and November, The Actors College Of Theatre and Television (ACTT) is presenting six unique student productions, to elegantly showcase the talents of their graduating Advanced Diploma acting students.

Tom Basden’s play JOSEPH K, is his adaptation of Franz Kafka’s 1925 short story novel The Trial  was the second of the four plays in the season  to be performed by students at the Bondi Pavilion.

Basden’s play premiered at the Gate Theatre, Notting Hill, London in November 2010 with each of the four actors playing multiple roles.     Continue reading ACTT PRESENTS TOM BASDEN’S JOSEPH K @ BONDI PAVILION