ARCHIVE PRODUCTION SERIES

We’re reviewing archival videos of our past productions to find some gems most of our current subscribers have never seen.
We offer this series free of charge. However, now more than ever we are relying on your donations to help us survive these months during which we are not able to perform live. We appreciate your support.

 

We hope you had an opportunity to view our archived production of KRAPP’S LAST TAPE which was available for viewing  from Saturday August 8 thru Sunday August 23, 2020.

Please check back soon for new and additional archived productions.

 


 

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE

By Samuel Beckett

Directed by Patty Gallagher

Starring Paul Whitworth*

Running Time: 63 minutes

This black comedy portrays an aging man who makes a tape recording every year on his birthday, but before he does, he picks out an old tape and listens to his voice from the past. As a bonus feature on this video, after Whitworth’s impeccable performance, he talks about his development of the role in this Beckett masterpiece.

CLICK HERE to see info about the original production.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association

 

 

ARCHIVE PRODUCTION SERIES

We’re reviewing archival videos of our past productions to find some gems most of our current subscribers have never seen.
We offer this series free of charge. However, now more than ever we are relying on your donations to help us survive these months during which we are not able to perform live. We appreciate your support.

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE

By Samuel Beckett

Directed by Patty Gallagher

Starring Paul Whitworth*

Running Time: 63 minutes

This black comedy portrays an aging man who makes a tape recording every year on his birthday, but before he does, he picks out an old tape and listens to his voice from the past. As a bonus feature on this video, after Whitworth’s impeccable performance, he talks about his development of the role in this Beckett masterpiece.

CLICK HERE to see info about the original production.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association

 

Available for viewing for TWO WEEKS ONLY from Saturday August 8 thru Sunday August 23, 2020.

Entertaining audiences since 2005.