25 ‑ 28 Feb 2015 (everyday) 8:15 ‑ 9:15pm (1 hour)
1 Mar 2015 (Sun) 5 ‑ 6pm (1 hour)
1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
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Definitive Beckett
"One of the theatrical experiences of a lifetime" Wall Street Journal, New York

Theatre | UK

A critically acclaimed hot ticket at London’s Royal Court Theatre and subsequently in the West End, these three Beckett monologues feature one of the most astonishing performances you will ever experience.

Not I is set in total darkness, illuminated by one single beam of light. A disembodied female mouth floats above the stage and delivers a torrential stream of consciousness, spoken as Beckett directed, “at the speed of thought”.

Footfalls is a melancholic tale of burden and trauma; the story of May, a ghostly, middle-aged woman who paces back and forth on a bare landing outside her dying mother’s door.

Probably the most famous of Beckett’s late works, Rockaby explores loneliness and loss as a woman sits in her rocking chair recounting moments from her past.

In a direct line to Beckett, his long time friend and stage collaborator, Walter Asmus directs. The brilliant theatre, film and television actress, Lisa Dwan, brings these compassionate works to life with overwhelming empathy and truth. Lisa was coached by Billie Whitelaw for her role in Not I.

By Samuel Beckett
Directed by Walter Asmus
Performed by Lisa Dwan
A Royal Court Theatre and Lisa Dwan production in association with Cusack Projects Ltd

  • Latecomers will not be admitted
  • Performed in English with Chinese surtitles (except Not I)
  • Meet-the-artist (post-performance): 27 Feb 2015

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