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Happy Days

Yale Repertory Theater’s production of Happy Days is both the epitome of ....
No's Knife Old Vic
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No’s Knife

No’s Knife is a series of monologues, adapted from Beckett’s Texts for Nothing, which is a collection of short stories he wrote in the early 1950s. Th...
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Krapp’s Last Tape

The scene is drab and dreary: Krapp sits at his desk, consulting a ledger and concluding that he needs to find a particular tape: “Box three, spool fi...
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All That Fall

We all know and love Samuel Beckett for Waiting for Godot, his internationally famous play first performed in Paris in 1953, which chronicles the blea...
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Endgame

A tragicomic masterpiece, but… sometimes seen as a ‘difficult’ and alienating play. I couldn’t have put it better than the programme notes in issuing ...
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Pan Pan Theatre – All That Fall

I have never experienced anything quite like the immersive Pan Pan Theatre’s production of Samuel Beckett’s 1957 radio-play, All That Fall. Its direct...
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Lessness

A dramatic reading of one of Beckett's lesser-known works, Lessness addresses many of the preoccupations found in his plays. Time, cycles of events an...
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Waiting for Godot

Waiting for Godot exists in an almost surrealist time space, and sets can sometimes be the making or breaking of a production: whether you can believe...