A play without performers, BECKETT’S ROOM tells the story of the apartment in Paris where Samuel Beckett lived with his partner Suzanne during the second world war. A story of Art and Resistance, the audience listen through headphones and gaze upon a spectacle of absence - the absence of bodies on stage focuses us more intently on their stories, on the world changing around us, and changed by us.
The biography of a room, and an invitation to bear witness to a world as it disappears.
Produced in co-production with the Gate Theatre. Presented as part of Dublin Theatre Festival. Supported by the Arts Council
Co-commissioned by Irish Arts Center and Warwick Arts Centre. Supported by the Goethe Institute and Dublin City Council. Development supported by Trinity Creative Challenge and the National Theatre Studio
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19th - 28 September 2019, Gate Theatre, Dublin. Tickets here
Text Dead Centre and Mark O'Halloran
Dramaturg Nicholas Johnson
Translation / assistant dramaturgs Peter Krauch & Céline Thobois
Set Design Andrew Clancy
Lighting Design Stephen Dodd
Sound Design Kevin Gleeson
Video Designer José Miguel Jimenez
Design Assistant Florentina Burcea
Director Bush Moukarzel and Ben Kidd
Producer Aisling Ormonde