Acting in Beckett is inevitably more physical than metaphysical. Famously dictatorial about the way his plays were staged, he cared little for the high-minded rigmarole of critics. "My work is a matter of fundamental sounds (no joke intended), made as fully as possible, and I accept responsibility for nothing else," he wrote to his American director Alan Schneider. "If people want to have their headaches among the overtones, let them. And provide their... More >>>