Capital is difficult reading. I wonder if it could reach a wider audience if aspects of it were presented as a play.
Although not as conceptually ambitious this has been done to an extent by Lucy Prebble with her play about Enron:
Here is an extract from an article based on an interview with the playwright Lucy Prebble:
...the whole financial basis on which Enron rose and fell was "that most theatrical of entities, just a game, an illusion, a system of belief". ... Jeffrey Skilling, the disgraced former CEO of Enron ... begins full of the airy belief that he has reinvented the world on his own terms, and ends beset by his own demons as that world crashes around his ears ... what is extraordinary is that we had all watched this happen with Enron nearly a decade before and yet still we wanted to believe in the illusion of financial miracles
Skilling: I have to check the stock price.
Skilling: Because that's how daddy knows how much he's worth.
Skilling: Because the market tells me.