Video: Lisa Dwan on No's Knife
In an interview with co-director Joe Murphy, Lisa Dwan talks about No’s Knife, her first experiences of Beckett and why his texts resonate with audiences.
A lone figure. A voice searching in the dark for who it is and why it speaks. Lisa Dwan, the foremost interpreter of Samuel Beckett, offers a searing personal and political vision of his most original work: Texts for Nothing.
Filled with piercing insight, rage, wit and humour, Nos Knife is an extraordinary journey into the heart of Beckett, unlocking his contemporary relevance to gender, identity and the human condition. It is an invitation to look at ourselves, and to ask who, or whom, am I?
No’s Knife plays from Thursday 29 September Saturday 15 October. Tickets available now from 10.