Originally posted by DrKFI was lucky enough, or not, to get the 'Beckett Directs Beckett' version (described here: http://www.greylodge.org/gpc/?p=901 ) from ubu.com before it was removed 'at the request of the copyright holder'.
There's a new production of Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape starring Michael Gambon down in London at the moment, and getting excellent reviews. If you can't make that, why not make do with a five-part YouTube of the incredible 2006 production starring Harold Pinter?
Originally posted by PalynkaI saw the Pinter production live (but doubt I'll be able to see this new one), and absolutely loved it. It's a different beast to Godot, for sure, but it's worth giving it a go...
Did you check it out? I have some friends who went to see it and were disappointed, although they are not generally hardcore theater types.
Originally posted by MarcusrPerhaps that is what so disappointed Palynka's friends.
Edit - And so little joy in the word 'spooool'!