Samuel Beckett

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North Bay Bohemian
Finding 'Film'Audiences the world over know Buster Keaton as the poker-faced silent film star
Finding 'Film'
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 5 hours ago
Audiences the world over know Buster Keaton as the poker-faced silent film star from movies like The General, and Samuel Beckett as the Nobel Prize–winning playwright behind Waiting for Godot. But few know that the two worked together once on an... Read more
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Daily Record
Score $20 off-Broadway ticketsDay By The Sea," The Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row, minttheater.org "Brian De
Score $20 off-Broadway tickets
Daily Record / Posted 17 hours ago
Day By The Sea," The Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row, minttheater.org "Brian Dennehy on Eugene O'Neill, Arthur Miller and Samuel Beckett," Loreto Theater, sheencenter.org "Drunk Shakespeare," The Lounge- Roy Arias Stages,... Read more
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Business Insider
The 19 coolest buildings in the UKof a cube and a giant tube structure tilted toward the river. By night, it look
The 19 coolest buildings in the UK
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
of a cube and a giant tube structure tilted toward the river. By night, it looks spectacular next to Santiago Calatrava's Samuel Beckett Bridge. 11. The Sage Centre cuts an unusual shape on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead. Designed... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
When other couples invite us to dine-out, should they pay the bill?b) “a lovely time is had by all.” Life is short. Or long, depending on how you
When other couples invite us to dine-out, should they pay the bill?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
b) “a lovely time is had by all.” Life is short. Or long, depending on how you look at it. But I’m inclined to agree with Samuel Beckett vis-à-vis the brevity of our sojourn on this Earth: “They give birth astride of a grave. The light gleams an... Read more
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NJ.com
An absurdist classic holds up nicely in new Shakespeare Theatre productionRomanian playwright Eugène Ionesco often draws comparisons to the more regularl
An absurdist classic holds up nicely in new Shakespeare Theatre production
NJ.com / Posted 5 days ago
Romanian playwright Eugène Ionesco often draws comparisons to the more regularly produced Samuel Beckett, both of whom eagerly eschew classical and realist forms in favor of absurdist examinations of life's strangeness. Ionesco's 1962 play "Exit the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Lucienne Rickard's Winter drawings: a diary of creativitywork where the debris on the battlefield has not been cleared. She writes abou
Lucienne Rickard's Winter drawings: a diary of creativity
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
work where the debris on the battlefield has not been cleared. She writes about her own art practice: "There is something Samuel Beckett-y about the making of them [the drawings]. The process is repetitive, arduous and often seems ridiculous and... Read more
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Pitchfork
Cluster Ensemble: Cluster Ensemble: Plays Philip Glass Album Reviewearlier hardcore minimalism that helped Glass establish his name. After workin
Cluster Ensemble: Cluster Ensemble: Plays Philip Glass Album Review
Pitchfork / Posted 16 days ago
earlier hardcore minimalism that helped Glass establish his name. After working under Ravi Shankar and writing music for a Samuel Beckett play produced in Paris, a 30-year-old Glass arrived back in New York, in 1967. Upon his return, he started to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.Boys Don't Cry. Not exactly working up a sweat to release his second album, R&
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
Boys Don't Cry. Not exactly working up a sweat to release his second album, R&B singer Frank Ocean. Photo: Supplied If Samuel Beckett was an R&B fan he would call this empty, futile, frustrating period Waiting For Frank O. Last week it seemed... Read more
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WA Today
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.Boys Don't Cry. Not exactly working up a sweat to release his second album, R&
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
Boys Don't Cry. Not exactly working up a sweat to release his second album, R&B singer Frank Ocean. Photo: Supplied If Samuel Beckett was an R&B fan he would call this empty, futile, frustrating period Waiting For Frank O. Last week it seemed... Read more
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Canberra Times
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.re-announced and cancelled, which did suggest some testing of the truth in the
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
re-announced and cancelled, which did suggest some testing of the truth in the album's purported title, Boys Don't Cry. If Samuel Beckett was an R&B fan he would call this empty, futile, frustrating period Waiting For Frank O. Last week it seemed... Read more
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The Age
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.re-announced and cancelled, which did suggest some testing of the truth in the
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
re-announced and cancelled, which did suggest some testing of the truth in the album's purported title, Boys Don't Cry. If Samuel Beckett was an R&B fan he would call this empty, futile, frustrating period Waiting For Frank O. Last week it seemed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.re-announced and cancelled, which did suggest some testing of the truth in the
While Beyonce triumphs, Frank Ocean is keeping us waiting. And waiting.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
re-announced and cancelled, which did suggest some testing of the truth in the album's purported title, Boys Don't Cry. If Samuel Beckett was an R&B fan he would call this empty, futile, frustrating period Waiting For Frank O. Last week it seemed... Read more
9 related stories
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West Moreland Gazette
BOOK REVIEW: spies, artists, deprivation, danger and passionof human experience, and of how one man came to translate it all into art.” La
BOOK REVIEW: spies, artists, deprivation, danger and passion
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
of human experience, and of how one man came to translate it all into art.” Lancaster author Jo Baker pays tribute to Samuel Beckett who joined the French Resistance, fled from the Gestapo on foot, went into hiding and was eventually awarded... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
“An Attitude You Can Wear” at TOPSproduction values; use of projection; and function of movement. In case exampl
“An Attitude You Can Wear” at TOPS
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 20 days ago
production values; use of projection; and function of movement. In case examples from 1950s Europe, playwrights such as Samuel Beckett in the West (Waiting for Godot) or Eugène Ionesco in the East (Rhinoceros) used nonsensical plotlines and... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Woodstock Fringe presents Samuel Bekcett’s ‘Happy Days’Theatre, 380 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock DETAILS: The Fringe will present
Woodstock Fringe presents Samuel Bekcett’s ‘Happy Days’
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 22 days ago
Theatre, 380 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock DETAILS: The Fringe will present a new production of “Happy Days” by Samuel Beckett. Beckett. “Often described as a tragicomedy, [“Happy Days”] is a masterpiece and tour de force for the actress... Read more
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Boston Globe
Zelda Fichandler, Arena Stage cofounder and matriarch of regional-theater movement, dies at 91presented plays by Shakespeare and George Bernard Shaw, embraced contemporary w
Zelda Fichandler, Arena Stage cofounder and matriarch of regional-theater movement, dies at 91
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
presented plays by Shakespeare and George Bernard Shaw, embraced contemporary works by Arthur Miller, Jean Anouilh, and Samuel Beckett, and gave second chances to plays that flopped commercially on Broadway. Mrs. Fichandler advocated multiracial... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
'Art-er Limits' returns to Oxfordmore events will continue throughout Saturday evening into Sunday, including a
'Art-er Limits' returns to Oxford
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 26 days ago
more events will continue throughout Saturday evening into Sunday, including a production of the play “Happy Days” by Samuel Beckett at the Powerhouse Theatre and performance art and music from 3 Brained Robot. Organizers with the vent... Read more
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The Hindu
Tales from Roger Narayan's journeysTheater. “Drama school was good because it gave me some occidental exposure — N
Tales from Roger Narayan's journeys
The Hindu / Posted 27 days ago
Theater. “Drama school was good because it gave me some occidental exposure — Neil Simon, Edward Albee, Arthur Miller, Samuel Beckett, Henrik Ibsen.” In 2011, he moved to Los Angeles to do films and television because, he says, “the scene... Read more
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The Irish Times
A snapshot of the 1980s: Dublin, the Heart of the City revisitedApart from the cattle, no one knew where Seville Place was. Now it is a major l
A snapshot of the 1980s: Dublin, the Heart of the City revisited
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
Apart from the cattle, no one knew where Seville Place was. Now it is a major link in the rush to cross the city via the Samuel Beckett Bridge. Everyone knows Seville Place now, because everyone is in a hurry. No one walks under its railway... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Shaw Festival’s The Dance of Death a confusing descent into boredomanniversary. “So we go through all of this just of the sake of the cabbages?”
Shaw Festival’s The Dance of Death a confusing descent into boredom
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 days ago
anniversary. “So we go through all of this just of the sake of the cabbages?” Alice replies. (Yes, there are hints of Samuel Beckett in here too – perhaps particularly so in McPherson’s translation.) Arriving to provide a distraction from... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Book Marks: A killing in a townshipto a brilliant and beloved 'song and dance man' - the missing link, as the book
Book Marks: A killing in a township
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 29 days ago
to a brilliant and beloved 'song and dance man' - the missing link, as the book wryly suggests, between Sammy Davis Jr and Samuel Beckett". "It is not hopeless, but it is hard." - The Price of Prosperity: Why Rich Nations Fail and How to Renew... Read more
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ajc.com
David Hesla, 86: Emory professor’s gruff exterior hid ‘heart...colleague, said. Hesla was an accomplished scholar. His most notable book “The
David Hesla, 86: Emory professor’s gruff exterior hid ‘heart...
ajc.com / Posted 1 months ago
colleague, said. Hesla was an accomplished scholar. His most notable book “The Shape of Chaos,” was about the writings of Samuel Beckett in terms of the history of ideas, discussing philosophical sources and analogues from the Pre-Socratics... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
What choice do we have?endless possibilities in healthy learning and human welfare,” said Rediger, “an
What choice do we have?
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
endless possibilities in healthy learning and human welfare,” said Rediger, “and beyond the immediate practical benefits of her research, she also made the cosmos smile.” We can all know how much the cosmos needs a smile. Samuel Beckett (1906-1... Read more

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