Montreal's Infinitheatre presents Kafka's Ape as part of SummerWorks
Based on Franz Kafka's short story A Report to an Academy (1917), and adapted by director Guy Sprung from the original German, Kafka's Ape upends the notion of civilization and what it means to be human in a world of routinized inhumanity. An unnerving satire on "otherness" and the compounding growth of private military companies, Kafka's Ape stars Howard Rosenstein as keynote speaker - and primate - Mr. Redpeter in a theatrical tour-de-force performance. Alexandra Montagnese enthrallingly plays the silent role of Mrs. Redpeter. Kafka's Ape runs August 7-17 at the Gladstone Hotel, a site-specific venue of SummerWorks.
Advance tickets ($15 + fees) are available up until 3 hours before show time and can be purchased as follows:
Online at summerworks.ca (click on Kafka's Ape and follow the "Buy Tickets" link) or through Ticketwise https://ticketwise.ca/
In person at the SummerWorks Info Booth - located at The Theatre Centre (1115 Queen Street West) August 5th-17th from 10AM - 7PM
By phone by calling the Ticketwise Call Centre at 416-907-0468
For more information, visit http://www.infinitheatre.com/infin-kafkas-ape.html