Franz Kafka wrote many stories in his life. In most of them something unusual would happen. Kafka himself did something unusual - in his will he instructed his friend Max Brod to burn his unpublished work after his death. If Max hadn't decided to publish them, the world would have missed out on the chance to read these unique stories. To this day his works are read and re-read by millions around the world.
Chapter XVI of Readings in the Shed, features a glimpse into Kafka's most celebrated work - 'The Metamorphosis'. For those who've never read Kafka, this reading will prompt you to read more of his stories and for Kafka fans it is an opportunity to re-read a classic.
Time: 60 mins
Appropriate for ages: 8+
Performers: Nikhil Murali & Keith Sequeira
Creative Editor: Himali Kothari
Director: Nikhil Katara