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  • What Where

    What Where

    A production of Samuel Beckett’s short play written for television “What Where?” The production was supervised remotely by Beckett shortly before his death.

  • Peephole Art: Beckett for Television

    Peephole Art: Beckett for Television

    Features definitive versions of Beckett’s recent works written or adapted for television. There are three additional works in The Beckett Project series produced by Global Village: What Where (1988/10 minutes), a video version of Beckett’s last play overseen by the playwright himself, Godot in San Quentin (1988/27 minutes), a fascinating version of Waiting For Godot, produced by inmates of this maximum-security prison, and Waiting for Beckett (1994/86 minutes), a unique television documentary on the life and work of the Nobel Prize-winning writer Samuel Beckett, which includes a rare scene with the playwright critiquing a video performance of one of his plays.

  • [Artaud rehearsal: Ireland]

    [Artaud rehearsal: Ireland]

    This tape documents the rehearsal for the joint Videopolis / Victory Gardens Theater production of “Artaud.” Lead actor J. Pat Miller goes through numerous scenes that will be included in the final performance. There is also footage of a orchestral concert towards the end of the tape.

  • On the God Dam Lock In

    On the God Dam Lock In

    A documentary following a group of actors as they perform a play about the perils of incarceration at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in New York.

 
 
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