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At-A-Site Theater presents a Summer Project Celebrating Birthdays of Dead Writers: Franz Kafka, July 3

July 3, 2014 

Franz Kafka (1883-1924)

Time: 2:30pm - 3:30pm  &  6:30pm - 9:30pm

Location: Downtown Asheville NC

Either at Wall Street & Battery Park Avenue  map link
or on Haywood Street near Malaprops  map link

or at Southeast corner of North Lexington Avenue & West Walnut Avenue  map link

Passersby are invited to chose from selections by this Czech novelist and short story writer, famous for his modern classics such as "Metamorphosis" and "The Hunger Artist". The selected passages will then be read to them.

(The Reader may occasionally need to move to an alternative site because of weather or other onsite circumstances)

More information about Franz Kafka can be found at these links from Wikipedia and at The Kafka Project.

 

 

 

 

“I am a cage, in search of a bird.”

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