One morning K wakes up and finds two policemen right next to his bed.
«Well, explain me the reason of your invasion in my room!»
«Nothing. Nothing at all, we can't tell you anything».
Franz Kafka imagined this situation in the twenties and we could even laugh at it, today, but if you think about it better, nowadays it is just like then and there is really nothing to laugh about. You can knock on your judge's door, at the courtroom hidden in an attic, it may happen that Justice receives you but nobody tells you. You wait in silence. And everything becomes a circus of puppets and stuffed animals, where Justice has fun.
Freely inspired by Il processo by Franz Kafka
with Roberto Abbiati
and the participation of Johannes Schlosser
direction Claudio Morganti
Roberto Abbiati is actor, musician and illustrator. He founded Teatro d’Artifici with Bano Ferrari and Carlo Pastori. He works with Carlo Mazzacurati in the movies La giusta distanza and La passione. He is founder of a theatre in Salvador de Bahia, in one of the most violent neighbourhoods of the city.
Claudio Morganti trained at the school of the Teatro Stabile in Genoa and founded the Santagata-Morganti company with Alfonso Santagata. In 1993 he began a personal journey on Shakespeare's work. In 2010 he received the award Lo Straniero. He began then a long-term work on Woyzeck. In 2012 he receivedt he UBU Award for the consistency and obstinacy of his artistic career.