Theatre: CSU brings Kafka to Life

BY STACY NICK • • February 1, 2012 • Coloradoan

I never thought of Franz Kafka as a particularly funny guy — until I saw him through Walt Jones’s eyes, that is.

The CSU Co-director of the Division of Dance and Theatre’s sampling of some of Kafka’s works makes the writer not only funny but also accessible, a feat for anyone who’s tackled some of Kafka’s more bizarre stories.

Jones’s “Chrysalis: The Kafka Project” is a sampling of writings, including six of Kafka’s major works and entries from his diaries and letters.

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