Albert Camus once said, “Although the absurd teaches us nothing, it is an ultimate form of progress.”
I’m sitting with playwright Samuel Beckett in a townhouse in Fishtown. I have a lot of questions, the first being how anybody can call themselves Samuel Beckett when the “real” Samuel Beckett died in 1989
We get to experience the empty pathos around a building demolition in which the faculty come together ostensibly to mourn their old school but instead wind up mourning the people they once were.
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Curio’s production underscores the delusion and the rawness of the lives of the Loman family.