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Deeper Into Findlay//Sandsmark: Krapp's Last Tape Nov 13, 2015

by Erin

"We couldn't ignore it," said biograph, last year was pretty//sh*tty co-creator Iver Findlay of Samuel Becket's iconic one-act Krapp's Last Tape. In the play, a 69-year old man revisits stages of his life via reels of recorded tapes, returning again and again to one memory in particular. 

Krapp's Last Tape has been tackled by theater luminaries from Harold Pinter to Robert Wilson. Read the play online here.

 

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