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Beckett's personal copy used for directing the 1967 Schiller Theater production rehearsals. This was his first solo directorial effort in German. Bears extensive additions, changes and corrections by Beckett to the German text.

Warten auf Godot program, Berlin: 1965. A presentation copy, inscribed on front wrapper: "for Rick & Teri/with love/from Sam/Paris, Oct. 88." This 1965 production of Waiting for Godot was not the first in Germany: an authorized staging, based on…

Waiting for Godot : tragicomedy in 2 acts. Annotated by Cluchey on first free endpaper: "2nd Prompt-Book/London/1984." A presentation copy, inscribed on title page: "for Rick/with love/from Sam/London/1.3.84." Heavily annotated and underlines…

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Waiting for Godot : tragicomedy in 2 acts. Annotated by Cluchey on first free endpaper: "1st Prompt-book/Berlin/1975." A presentation copy, inscribed on title page: "With love for Rick/from Sam/Sept. 1988." Cluchey also wrote below Beckett’s…

Samuel Beckett is portrayed through photographs, recitations of his works, and dramatizations of moments of his life. Initially released in 1984 and made with the cooperation of Beckett.

Beckett Festival of Radio Plays: Words and Music; All That Fall cassette tapes. Washington, D.C. : National Public Radio Cassettes, 1989. These tapes include the performances and documentaries about the productions. Performances by Billie Whitelaw,…

Directed by Alan Schneider ; produced by Daniel Labeille ; film by D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus

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Though Whitelaw and Beckett worked well together in the past and were close friends, this production, which Beckett directed, tried that friendship. Whitelaw, as Winnie, had memorized her (many) lines ahead of time, not knowing Beckett had made…

"Filmed a year before the author's death in 1989, these special studio recordings of Eh Joe, Footfalls, and Rockaby--brief, concentrated, and pared down to the absolute essentials, even to the exclusion of color--are the definitive productions, made…

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Mimeographed actor's script for Martin Esslin's production of this radio play, starring Beckett’s three friends, Harold Pinter, Billie Whitelaw and Patrick Magee, broadcast on the BBC as part of Beckett’s 70th birthday celebration.