Gambon Triumphs in Beckett, Faust Is Abused, Deathless Diva
If there’s an actor who can do shambolic pathos better than the great Michael Gambon, he hasn’t appeared on the theater scene yet. If there’s a play better suited to exploit this quality than Samuel Beckett’s short monologue “Krapp’s Last Tape,” now at London’s Duchess Theatre, it hasn’t surfaced on the theatrical radar either.
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