Theatre reviews: No's Knife and The Boys In The Band

Theatre reviews: No's Knife and The Boys In The Band
 

After playing the disembodied mouth in Samuel Beckett’s frenetic monologue 
Not I for 10 years, Lisa Dwan might have been forgiven for asking her agent to put her up for a Noel Coward comedy or Feydeau farce.
Instead she has plunged back into Beckett’s flinty world by adapting and performing four of his prose fragments, Texts For Nothing, under the collective title No’s Knife.
Beckett wrote the short pieces in tandem with his celebrated trilogy of novels, Molloy, Malone Dies and The Unnameable. Peopled by fleshless, formless beings whose consciousness is fluid and identity is in flux, they... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Entertainment, Views: 42
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