[TheaterMania.com] - By Robby Ritacco • Mar 9, • Boston Metro The American Repertory Theater in association with The Moscow Art Theater Institute for Advanced Theater Training has announced that they will be presenting a series of shorts by Samuel Beckett as part of
[Ventura County Star] - "Waiting for Godot": Samuel Beckett's classic play follows Estragon (Alan Mandell) and Vladimir (Barry McGovern), whose apparent purpose in life is to wait by the side of the road for someone named Godot. James Cromwell plays Pozzo.
[Times Herald-Record] - "Waiting for Godot" — M. San Millan directs a revival of the absurdist play by Samuel Beckett. Cocoon Theatre, Mill St., Rhinebeck, 8 pm March , and and 3 pm March 18 and 25 and April 1. Tickets $25.
[Deccan Chronicle] - Vladimir and Estragon, step out of the famous Samuel Beckett play, Waiting For Godot, to the coastal Kerala to tell their story to a Malayali audience. Advocate Balachandran from Thiruvananthapuram takes the role of a filmmaker for the first time ever
(13 April – 22 December 1989) was an Irish avant-garde novelist, playwright, theatre director, and poet, who lived in Paris for most of his … life and wrote in both English and French. His work offers a bleak, tragicomic outlook on human nature, often coupled with black comedy and gallows humour.
[Irish Times] - Yeats became so insistent on the point that at one stage he threatened to confine overmobile actors in barrels, a threat finally delivered on when many years later Samuel Beckett made it the basic situation of his Play.
[A Younger Theatre (blog)] - In this adaptation, the characters are expressive and dynamic, but don't dent Samuel Beckett's finely crafted and enigmatic dullness. Our men-in-waiting, Estragon and Vladimir (played by Patrick Robinson and Jeffery Kissoon, respectively) have such a
[Diario Siglo XXI] - Tras un cambio de dirección en la agrupación, representan otras grandes obras, como “La ópera de los tres peniques”, de Bertolt Brecht (1998); “No estoy peor”, inspirado en Samuel Beckett (2000); “Proceso por la muerte de un burro”
[Washington Post] on Wednesday the library opened a two-day tribute to Koston with a performance by the Cygnus Ensemble that featured her final work — paired with a short play by Samuel Beckett that inspired it — and a premiere of the endowment's first commission.
[El País.com (España)] - A veces coinciden con los que más te gusta leer: Emily Dickinson, Albert Camus, Samuel Beckett, Hannah Arendt (en la foto), Leonardo Sciascia. A veces no. A mí, por ejemplo, no me gustaría conocer a Cervantes ni a muchos clásicos.
"Mercier'n mietteissä oli se erikoinen piirre, että ne aaltoilivat aina samanlaisina ja heittäytyivät poikkeuksetta samalle karille, olivat ne lähteneet liikkeelle mistä tahansa. Ehkä ne eivät olleetkaan mietteitä, vaan pikemminkin myrskyisää, harmaata unelmointia, jossa menneisyys ja tulevaisuus sulautuivat yhteen kaikkea muuta kuin miellyttävällä tavalla ja jossa nykyhetkellä oli ikuisen hukkuneen epäkiitollinen rooli. Että sellaista."
Ces Murphy, Molloy, et autres Malone, je n'en suis pas dupe. Ils m'ont fait perdre mon temps [...] Ils n'ont pas souffert mes douleurs, leurs douleurs ne sont rien, à côté des miennes, rien qu'une petite partie des miennes, celle dont je croyais pouvoir me détacher, pour la contempler.
[blogTO (blog)] - Impassioned life advice on incremental long-term change from a fundraiser with special guest advice from Samuel Beckett. A radio professional and DJ for over 22 years, Kendall offered an inside look at the delicate social games needed to succeed as a
[Fox Sports América Latina] - La propia sociedad contó entre sus miembros con figuras como Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, George Berkeley o Sir William Petty. Aprovechando su presencia en este acto institucional en Dublín, el técnico español ofrecerá una conferencia que
[Taosnews.com] - Steve Parks will play the title role in Samuel Beckett's one-act play, “Krapp's Last Tape,” while Kristian Moore and Damon Klassen will inhabit Chet and Stu, the characters in Sam Shepard's “Cowboys #2.” Both short plays are Working Class Theatre
[Stark Insider] European Union to handle the economic recession, for Greece and Italy to handle their budget deficit, for global economy to recover and unemployment to decline, one modern playwright could accompany us while we wait: Samuel Beckett, surely it is.
[The New York Review of Books] - 'Samuel Beckett au cigare,' 1970; drawing by Avigdor Arikha, who died in An exhibition of more than fifty of Arikha's paintings, pastels, and drawings—many of which have never been shown before—will be on view at the Marlborough Gallery
[Sequenza21] - The concert, which featured the superb Cygnus Ensemble playing Dina Koston's final composition—paired with the short play called Ohio Impromptu by Samuel Beckett that inspired it–a premiere of the endowment's first commission and several other new
[Taosnews.com] - This week's Tempo cover story is a look at two plays, one by Sam Shepard and the other by Samuel Beckett, and a look at one of its stars, Taos art gallery owner and local theater veteran Steve Parks. After a long absence from the stage Parks returns to
[Sequim Gazette] - “Krapp's Last Tape” is one of Samuel Beckett's most personal works and first appeared on stage in at the height of the Absurdist Movement. Beckett, a playwright, poet and novelist, might be best known for his play “Waiting for Godot.
[Charleston Gazette] - The Alban Arts Center in St. Albans will hold auditions for Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" from 1 to 3 pm Saturday and 2 to 4 pm Sunday. Parts are available for four men and one boy. Performance dates are April and May 4-6.
[TimesLedger] - Samuel Beckett, the Irish playwright, considered one of the most influential writers of the 20th century and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, is best known for “Waiting For Godot,” which he wrote in French. That play, which has been revived
[Houston Press (blog)] at 9:00 AM Who else in Houston are you going to trust to do justice to the creepy dysfunction and blasted-earth absurdity of Nobel Prize-winning playwright Samuel Beckett, than that theater company of raging imagination and utter theatricality
[Shelter Island Reporter] - Barney Rosset, as the New York Times said in its page-one obituary, “changed the course of publishing in the United States, bringing masters like Samuel Beckett to Americans' attention under his Grove Press imprint and winning celebrated First
[Slate Magazine] - Advice on hot drinks from the experts, like Samuel Beckett, the NIH, and Kingsley Amis. By Troy Patterson|Posted Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, at 1:40 PM ET Grampa's trick knee told him a cold snap was coming, so he started mulling over the fundamentals of
[Sequenza21] - On Wednesday night Joy Zinoman directs a production of Samuel Beckett's ephemeral short play Ohio Impromptu as a prelude to Koston's last composition, Distant Intervals, and other new works from the Cygnus Ensemble. On Thursday night, Fleisher
[Torontoist] - A mash-up of Irish absurdist Samuel Beckett's plays and classical music inspired by his works is pleasantly unpleasant. By Carly Maga Laura Condlln, Shannon Mercer and Sofia Tomic in Come and Go. Photo by John Lauener. One of the first lessons we all
[NJ.com] - The Knights give a dynamic rendition of Philip Glass' subtly expressive “Company,” based on text by Samuel Beckett. The needling motives that jut out of dense backdrops, particularly in the driven second movement, capture the anxiety of the writer's
[The Wharf] - Getting that reaction is always a relief but especially so for Brown and the Talawa Theatre Company as they have challenged convention with an all-black cast for Samuel Beckett's classic. "This is the first time it's been performed in that way in this
[BU Today] - Now at work scoring James Joyce's Finnegans Wake for narrator, flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, viola, and double bass, Pearlman earned wide praise for his music for three Samuel Beckett plays at the author's centennial at New York's 92nd