Josephine knows how to create an enchanting atmosphere, and not only through her singing. Her fame appears to be an escape from a hopelessly laborious life yet even her charisma will not free her from the daily grind. When people refuse to exempt her from work, Josephine becomes silent.
Josephine, The Singer, 2005 © Marian Alonso
Franz Kafka’s short story of the singing mouse who gives meaning to the lives of her fellows has been transformed into an energetic comedy of backstage manners by this multinational and multilingual company.” – Nick Awde, The Stage
Directed by Franko Figueiredo
Cast: Tereza Araujo; Lisa Benson; Chiara de Palo; Daniela Garcia Casilda and Akiko Sato
Designer: Richard Andrzejewski
Costume Designer: Lu Firth & James Randall
Lighting Designer: Lucy Hansom
“House Special” Choreographer: Cressida Handscomb
Production Management: Jaz Sandalli & Jaz Suraj
Stage Management: Hannah Kelly for Amalgam Management
Josephine, The Singer was presented at the Diorama Theatre.