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A fifteen-minute play. It followed a request for a “play about death” by the actor David Warrilow.


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A fifteen-minute play. It followed a request for a “play about death” by the actor David Warrilow.

41 review for A Piece of Monologue

  1. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    This lacks the uncanny deja vu of Beckett's best work - the feeling it can sometimes evoke of taking me back to a place I'm sure I've been but didn't remember, or a moment I can remember.but not place - but I can't not give four stars to a 6-page play with these lines: The dead and gone. The dying and the going. From the word go. The word begone. Such as the light going now. Beginning to go. In the room. Where else? Unnoticed by him staring beyond. The globe alone. Not the other. The unaccountabl This lacks the uncanny deja vu of Beckett's best work - the feeling it can sometimes evoke of taking me back to a place I'm sure I've been but didn't remember, or a moment I can remember.but not place - but I can't not give four stars to a 6-page play with these lines: The dead and gone. The dying and the going. From the word go. The word begone. Such as the light going now. Beginning to go. In the room. Where else? Unnoticed by him staring beyond. The globe alone. Not the other. The unaccountable. From nowhere. On all sides nowhere. Unutterably faint. The globe alone. Alone gone.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Melissa (ladybug)

    I keep trying to understand Samuel Beckett. I feel like such a dufus. :( His writing is like trying to understand someone who should be on medication.

  3. 5 out of 5

    sch

    Final piece in 2006 Naxos recording (perf. Peter Marinker). The speaker speaks in a medley of "stage directions" for (presumably) himself, as if recollecting/reflecting on his own actions. "Monologue" is a strange word for this. Final piece in 2006 Naxos recording (perf. Peter Marinker). The speaker speaks in a medley of "stage directions" for (presumably) himself, as if recollecting/reflecting on his own actions. "Monologue" is a strange word for this.

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    Matilda

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    Sean Walsh

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    Rowanne Ahmed

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    Matthew

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    Xristos

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    Eva Armand

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    David Edel

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    Holly Ingram

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    Noah Leventhal

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    Apubakr

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    Nicholas Auletti

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    grimlygray

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    Shirley Thornfield

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    Chelsea Vincent

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    Michael Grogan

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    Ambar Ganpule

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    Liz

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    Ilgım Öztekin

  39. 5 out of 5

    Steve Ryan

  40. 4 out of 5

    Seven Negen

  41. 4 out of 5

    Drakorian

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