|Date||From 27 February 2013 To 03 March 2013|
|Address||Paramount Center, 559 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111|
Kafka's terrifying but humorous masterpiece Metamorphosis is given a new lease of life by the Vesturport theatre and Lyric Hammersith Theatre this winter.
The production company was founded by 13 theatrical artists in Iceland in 2001 and has wowed audiences all around the world with their shows ever since.
Speaking about the latest, the Guardian wrote: "The triumph of the production is that it uses physical ingenuity to get to the tragic heart of Kafka's fable."
It also uses unconventional, but deeply atmospheric music from the likes of Nick Cave and long-time collaborator Warren Ellis from The Bad Seeds.
The play will be on stage at the Paramount Center from February 27th until March 3rd, so people staying in Boston hotels will have a few chances to experience it.
It is easy to get to the venue from the Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston, as it is only one mile away and the trip takes just six minutes in a car.
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