Franz Kafka and his girl friend Dora Diamont were walking through a park in Berlin when they met a young girl, crying that she had lost her beloved doll Belinda. Dora and Kafka tell her that the doll is not lost. Belinda has embarked on glorious adventures! Dora and Kafka brings her postcards from Belinda detailing her adventures around the world.  We recreate the legend of Belinda to explore how imagination can heal loss and grief.


Kafka's Belinda
By J.B. Alexander and Bruce A! Kraemer

was presented

At Polaris North
245 West 29th St in NYC
May 15 to 17, 2015

And in the Prague Fringe Festival
At the Museum of Alchemists
Jánsky´ vršek 312/8 Mala Strana
May 22 to 27, 2015
Written by J.B. Alexander and Bruce A! Kraemer
Directed by Joan Kane

Featuring
J.B. Alexander, Olivia Scott, and Nicola McEldowney

Costumes by Cat Fisher
Sound by Storm Garner

"What first appears to be charming and clever becomes disorienting and provocative. Kafkaesque indeed."
- Michael Calcott’s Fringey Bits, May 22, 2015

"This is a solid piece of work."
- André Crous, Prague Post, May 24, 2015
Photo: Olivie Dvoráková
Photo credits Storm Garner except as indicated
Photo: Olivie Dvoráková
Photo: Olivie Dvoráková
Kafka's Belinda was nominated for an Inspiration Award, for new work, in the 2015 Prague Fringe Festival

Kafka’s Belinda is in American Theatre magazine representing the Prague Fringe festival.
See it here - scroll down to the photo of Kafka’s Belinda.

"This is a wonderful healing story."
- Frank Carucci, Chairman of the Board,
   La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club

"Very poetic"
- Mario Fratti, American Oggi
"It’s a very enjoyable performance that is well worth seeing."
- Susanne Kass, May 23 2015,
Prague Film & Theater Center site

“A fantasy world where there is still hope and love.”
- Petr Dlouhý review in Protisedi.cz (In Czech)