New year calls for a clean slate
April 6, 2006
Samuel Beckett's short play “Rockaby.” Penelope Wilton. Directed by Richard Eyre.
Samuel Beckett's short play “Act Without Words.” Sean Foley. Directed by Karel Reisz.
Samuel Beckett's short mime piece “Act Without Words II.” Pat Kinevane, Marcello Magni. Directed by Edna Hughes.
Jeremy Irons plays two roles in Samuel Beckett's short play “Ohio Impromptu.” Directed by Charles Sturridge.
September 30, 2003
Filmmaker Michael Lindsay directs a cast of Irish actors in his big-screen adaptation of “Waiting for Godot,” Samuel Beckett's best-known play.
September 28, 2003
A performance of Samuel Beckett's play “Endgame.” Hamm: Michael Gambon. Clov: David Thewlis.
September 23, 2003
Beckett's literary work “Play,” which centers on an adulterous love triangle, is performed. Alan Rickman, Kristin Scott-Thomas, Juliet Stevenson. Anthony Minghella directed.
Samuel Beckett's play “That Time” is performed.
Samuel Beckett's play “Come and Go” is performed. Anna Massey, Sian Phillips.
David Mamet's adaptation of Samuel Beckett's play “Catastrophe” is performed. Rebecca Pidgeon, John Gielgud, Harold Pinter.
Neil Jordan directs Julianne Moore in his adaptation of Samuel Beckett's play “Not I.”
September 21, 2003
Director Robin Lefevre's adaptation of Samuel Beckett's play “A Piece of Monologue.”
A theatrical production of Samuel Beckett's play “What Where,” in which four characters clad in the same gray gown confess to unnamed crimes after they've been repeatedly interrogated throughout the course of a seasonal cycle.
An adaptation of Samuel Beckett's play “Footfalls” stars Susan Fitzgerald as May, a woman wrapped in tatters who converses with the disembodied voice of her mother.
September 16, 2003
John Hurt stars in director Atom Egoyan's adaptation of Samuel Beckett's play “Krapp's Last Tape,” in which an old man reevaluates his life by listening to tape recordings of himself as a younger man.
Turner Prize-winning artist Damien Hirst's production of Samuel Beckett's drama “Breath” stars comic actor Keith Allen.
September 14, 2003
“Rough for Theatre.” Conclusion.
“Rough for Theatre.” Part 1 of two.
September 9, 2003
The staging of Samuel Beckett's play “Happy Days.”
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