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Krapp celebrates his 69th birthday as is his ritual every year: recording his memories of the past year, and reviewing his earlier recordings. As rain and storm rage outside, he listens to his former self with mockery, contempt, anger and remorse. After the triumph of his The Life and Death of Marina Abramović in 2012, Robert Wilson is back at the Holland Festival, as a director ánd actor this time, performing Beckett’s famous one-act play about loneliness and disillusionment. Wilson has transformed Beckett’s monologue into a determinedly unsentimental staging in black and white, playing Krapp performing a few old comic routines.
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