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"Radish, One per Night"
Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui
This essay considers the construction and reception of Waiting for Godot in British regional repertory theatre between 1956 and the early 1970s, arguing that the disruptive potential of the play, as registered by the London reviewers, was recontextualised, and for some time largely contained, by the framing of the play within the repertory system and its associated discourses. Résumé Cet essai étudie l'interprétation et l'accueil d'En attendant Godot dans le théâtre de répertoire régional endoi:10.1163/18757405-02902004 fatcat:3d5gs7tunrf6hhz32vvyqx53qe