In this solo performance of Beckett’s 1946 short story The End, Irish actor Conor Lovett—“one of the world’s leading interpreters of the work” (Sunday Independent)—portrays a derelict journeying literally and figuratively toward his own mundane end. Directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett, co-founder of Gare St. Lazare Ireland, this theatrical rendering depicts a man easing into the uncertainty of the human condition, approaching oblivion with humor as he describes his own banal demise with the precise detail of a poet.Find out more »
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