Tag: Samuel Beckett
“… ‘Watt’ [is] drawn from Beckett’s second published novel in English. … ‘Endgame’ [is] considered one of Beckett’s most important works — second in popularity only to ‘Waiting for Godot’ .
PlayMakers Repertory Company will kick off its ambitious 2010-11 season with a stellar PRC2 second-stage production of HAPPY DAYS, a 1961 masterpiece of the Theater of the Absurd, penned by avant-garde expatriate Irish playwright and 1969 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate Samuel Beckett (1906-89), on Sept. 8-12 in the Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre in the Center for Dramatic Art at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Guest director Rob Melrose will stage this offbeat two-character comedy with two of PlayMakers Rep’s brightest stars, Julie Fishell and Ray Dooley, playing Winnie and Willie.