LIVE! SAMUEL BECKETT'S, "KRAPP'S LAST TAPE" December 06 2011
The Firecracker Press will host four (4), weekend performances of Samuel Beckett's, "Krapp's Last Tape" Dec. 9-10 and 16-17 at 7pm. LIVE theater in the printshop!
Samuel Beckett (1906-1989), an Irishman, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1969. He is considered by many the 20th Century's greatest dramatist.
KRAPP'S LAST TAPE, a 1-man Beckett classic, is said to be as near an autobiography as Beckett wrote. In it, the 69-yr-old Krapp listens to a tape of himself at 39, comments, then records a new tape reviewing the events of the last year.
Per Beckett: "I saw Krapp small and wizened Krapp has nothing to talk to but his dying self and nothing to talk to him but his dead one."
With Rob Suozzi as Krapp, directed by Dennis Corcoran and presented by The Black Mirror Theatre Company. Krapp will give out hand-printed playbills prior to the show. Come see great theater in the oddly fitting setting of the printshop at The Firecracker Press.
We'll take a $10.00 donation at the door. You can also make your reservation with Director, Dennis Corcoran at... firstname.lastname@example.org or (314)740-6514.\r\n\
DATES: December 9-10th and 16-17th
PLACE: The Firecracker Press - 2838 Cherokee, STL, MO 63118