Happy Days was written in 1960 and first produced in London at the Royal Court Theatre in November 1962
Originally written in French, this play gave its first London performance at the Royal Court Theatre in 1957.
'Nothing happens, nobody comes, nobody goes, it's awful.' This line was adopted by Jean Anouilh, to characterize the first production of "Waiting For Godot" at the Theatre de Babylone, in 1953. Anybody acquinted with Beckett's masterly black comedy would not question the recognition of this twentieth-century literature classic.
Gathers all of Beckett's texts for theatre, from 1955 to 1984. This book includes both the major dramatic works and the short and more compressed texts for the stage, as well for radio.
Performed by Patrick Magee, "Krapp's Last Tape" was produced at the Royal Court Theatre, in October 1958.
A volume containing the English texts of all the plays of Samuel Beckett, including "Waiting For Godot", "Krapp's Last Tape", "Endgame" and "Not I".