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One of the moments of the talk titled 'Que no mori la llum', organised by the Beckett which you can retrieve at its YouTube channel

Beckett's theatrical reflections

Go over talks of themed thought cycles and the debates from previous seasons on the theater’s YouTube channel.

As spectators, the theater is lived mainly by watching the plays they put on, occupying an armchair where the function takes place and getting carried away by the plot and everything that happens on stage. But we can also read it. And there is yet another option to approach this art: reflecting on it, talking about it, debating, whether it is on a specific play, on an author, on a movement or time ... The Sala Beckett has been clear about for some time now, and over the years they have been organizing cycles and talks around the theatrical world. Many of the sessions have been recorded and are available online, on Beckett's YouTube channel, so for these days of confinement, a good option is to dive into the theatrical world is to click play of some of these acts.

So for example, one of the cycles that were taking place this season, before the pandemic stopped it all, was titled Memento mori. Recordem-nos de morir, and related to this we will find debates on the channel like the one that took place on October 5th, with the name Morir abans de néixer, with the participation of Paula Bonet, Clàudia Cedó and Núria Jar. Or you can follow several talks, also very recent, about the life or work of the playwright who gives the room its name, Samuel Beckett. On the Internet, you will also find the contemporary theater notebook (Pausa), Published by the Sala Beckett Obrador Internacional de Dramatúrgia.

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Publication date: Wednesday, 06 May 2020
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