Author: Batty, Mark
Source: Studies in Theatre & Performance, Volume 25, Number 1, February 2005 , pp. 3-4(2)
Abstract:This collection of essays usefully brings together reflection on historic mises-en-scène of Beckett plays with the thoughts of those facing the challenges of the works in the rehearsal room in more recent productions. What ties most of these essays together is their investigations into the interpretation and reception of Beckett’s texts in a number of contexts, and this leads to a range of responses to the articulacy of Beckett’s theatricality and use of language.
Document Type: Editorial
Affiliations: University of Leeds
Publication date: February 2005
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