He Can’t Go On, He’ll Go On: The Legacy of Samuel Beckett

by Mallory Sweeney

I found, that the best way to get to know the artist, is to stare at the piercing eyes and cavernous wrinkles that dually dominate his face, captured in the renowned photographs of John Minihan, featured in an exhibit at the National Photographic Archive, in Dublin's City Centre.  Perhaps you will see the director who valued the choreography of a scene above all, an ideal, which redefined theatre through movement and gesture.  Or there is a chance you will see the haunting genius that was celebrated for writing plays in which nothing happens, and has been immortalized thr...

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