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This play is written by Steven Berkoff and directed by Natasha Martina.

Greystone Theatre: Metamorphosis

As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning, he found himself transformed into a gigantic insect


A live theatre production by the University of Saskatchewan’s Greystone Theatre

Dates: March 20–23 (Preview night: Wednesday, March 20)
Time: 7:30 pm (Friday, March 22 matinee: 12 noon)
Location: Emrys Jones Theatre, John Mitchell Building, 118 Science Pl, Saskatoon

Purchase tickets online or call 306-966-5188

Please note: three-ply disposable masks are recommended at all times while in the theatre and in the John Mitchell Building.


By Steven Berkoff, adapted by the novella by Franz Kafka

Directed by Natasha Martina

Metamorphosis is a bizarre story in which we see a regular family that is trying to make ends meet by relying on their only son, Gregor. Gregor is overworked, overtired and terrified to disappoint the three most important people in his life: his mother, father and little sister. (

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