IMAGINATION DEAD IMAGINE
by Samuel Beckett
This is a short monologue synthesis of many previous attempts, abandoned and then renewed. It was written in 1960s in a peculiar period of Beckett’s creative path. The author and the character, light and darkness, the infinitely large and infinitely small, woman and man, hot and cold, the animate and the inanimate clash with each other in a disheartening and simultaneously – inspiring vision.
Translation of the text and the voice interpretation: Yavor Kostov
Director’s touch: Janko Velkov – Janetz