One of the most intimate of F. Kafka's writings - "Letter to Father" - is usually presented in schools as a reason for the subsequent literature of the writer. Nevertheless, this letter is receiving a growing attention from the English-speaking theatre.
A one-sided dialogue has an ambiguous effect - it is painfully relatable, yet it is difficult to tolerate the protagonist of the piece. This is why this mono-show is diving into complicated family relationships where a pendulum of emotions swings between blaming and forgiving, victims and oppressors, community and individualism.
The play does not try and impersonate the author, yet it tries to grasp the never-ending story between a Son and his Father.
Director: Gildas Aleksa
Composer: Jokūbas Tulaba
Set & Costume Designer: Martynas Arlauskas
Actor: Arnas Ašmonas
Menų spaustuvė, Vilnius - 2023-04-13 19:00