domingo, fevereiro 26, 2006
After the show he came to the dressing room. And there was this very frightening man; his appearance was extraordinary. It gave me a frisson: the recession of the eyes, and the lightness of them, a piercing blue. And I thought of him as a giant bird, a giant crow. Then suddenly his face changed totally. There was a beautiful smile and he just said, 'Bloody marvellous!' And he held me. But he disliked the production. Beckett also said to me that he deeply regretted calling it 'Godot', because everybody interpreted it as God. He said it had nothing to do with God. He was passionate about it.
posted by Luís Miguel Dias domingo, fevereiro 26, 2006