Nov 3 – 5

The Beckett Trilogy

Lincoln Center

Photo by Ros Kavanagh

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Samuel Beckett’s towering novels Molloy, Malone Dies, and The Unnamable cycle between comic storytelling by a philosophical vagrant, an elderly man lost to memory and fantasy, and a paralyzed protagonist. In this evening-length theatrical rendition featuring excerpts from these novels, preeminent Beckett interpreters Conor Lovett and Judy Hegarty Lovett offer an embodiment of this existential trinity in a profound solo performance exploring the precision of language and Beckett’s remarkably uplifting worldview.

 

 

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Location

The Duke on 42nd Street, a NEW 42ND STREET® project

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$35

An absolutely riveting experience.

- Irish Times

One could hardly come up with a better human instrument to intone the sonorous waves of Samuel Beckett’s blasphemous comic prose than Conor Lovett.

- Los Angeles Times

The greatest Beckett interpreter alive today.

- Australian Arts Hub <em>on Conor Lovett</em>

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