Irish Arts Center invites you to experience the women who inhabit some of Beckett’s best-known short works in this site-specific performance. More…
Director Sarah Jane Scaife places Beckett’s characters from the page into the urban landscape, using the aesthetic tools of the body, sound, site, movement, architecture, and projection to put flesh on the scars the playwright reveals within our society.
See it if you are a Beckett fan or want to see new insights into 4 of his frequently-performed plays. Exquisite acting.
Don't see it if you are not familiar with the work of Samuel Beckett. Or if your taste runs to more conventional theatre.
See it if Ideal Beckett! U=happy to watch slow, repetitive movements in near darkness & compare to your own slow, repetitive movements toward death!
Don't see it if Beckett’s style is irredeemable, or you’re unfamiliar w/ the playwright—this could be excruciating for someone w/ no idea what to expect
See it if Love Beckett and want to see it done well. One may not understand it but it still should be seen. And in a site-specific relevant space.
Don't see it if Looking for fluff.