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Beckett's Rough for Theatre One and Two

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Iain Fisher:
I just saw the London New Cross Theatre performance of Rough for Theatre I and II.  I recommend them very much, particularly Rough for Theatre II which brought out the humour of the play.  Very good acting by the principals from the d'Animate theatre company, and the stagecraft with the lights avoided tedium and contributed to the humour/ absurdity.

That is two classic productions in a row by the theatre (the other being 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane).

Iain Fisher:
I should have added the credits

Directed by Roger Babb, with Octavia Antonya Cephas and Dorothy Sanders at Mount Holyoke College, Oct 2012.

Iain Fisher:
An interesting performance by two female actors of the two plays, plus Breath as an interlude.  Rough for Theatre I is particularly well done, given that they are not professional actors.

RfT Two

Line I like You'd be the death of me if I was sufficiently alive

In A Students Guide to the Plays of Samuel Beckett it ways there is a referene to As You Like it.  What is the reference?


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