by Paul Hansen 31 March, 2021
Theater company M-34's critically acclaimed live stream adaptation of Franz Kafkas's Letter to My Father has been extended through April 2. The production, centering on Kafka's troubled relationship with his father, has been called “Outstanding” by Broadway World and was reviewed as “thoughtfully conceived and wonderfully acted” by Thinking Theater NYC. Stage Buddy appraised the production as “Appropriately Kafkaesque - existential, nightmarish, ambivalent and oddly compelling,” while The New Yorker assessed the show as “Delectably creepy.”
Letter to My Father features Michael Guagno whose film and TV credits include The Truth About Lies, Fort Tilden, Blue Bloods and High Maintenance. The performances also include music by Dave Harrington, with scenic and lighting design by Oona Curley and Stacey DeRosier.
An interview about Letter to My Father with James Rutherford, Artistic Director of M-34, was previously posted here on this site.
For information on performance times and to reserve a ticket log onto https://www.m-34.org. There is a suggested donation of $15 and the running length is 90 minutes.
[Photo credit: Eileen Meny Photography]