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EDINBURGH -- New York legit creatives will feature prominently in the Edinburgh Intl. Festival this August. with a three-week program that will include the Wooster Group, Meredith Monk, the Philip…
Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart will reunite this fall on Broadway in a limited-run rotation of two plays, Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" and Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land."
Despite the baleful eloquence of Eileen Atkins and Michael Gambon in the lead roles, the disappointing, hybrid result is neither quite radio nor theater.
If there's a bleak truth to be unearthed about the human condition, you can be sure Samuel Beckett peerlessly expressed it.
Michael Arabian's stunning revival never wears the play's international reputation on its sleeve. The result? It's difficult to imagine a funnier or more moving "Godot" anytime, anyplace.
From its sly design to its adroit star turn, Deborah Warner's production of Samuel Beckett's "Happy Days" -- originally for the National Theater in London, now playing a short season at the Brooklyn…
Every actor presenting a one-act monologue faces a huge challenge. But it's a particularly daunting task to present the rigorous words of Samuel Beckett and not be subsumed by them.