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Production Photos from
Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days,
February 2008

Featuring Patty Gallagher as Winnie and Joseph McGrath as Willie

Photos by Tim Fuller unless otherwise noted

 

WINNIE: Ensign crimson. Pale flag.

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WINNIE: And if for some strange reason no further pains are possible,
why then just close the eyes and wait for the day to come,
the happy day to come when flesh melts at so many degrees
and the night of the moon has so many hundred hours.


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WINNIE: You’d think the weight of this thing would bring it down among
the . . . last rounds. But no. It doesnt. Ever uppermost, like Browning.


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WINNIE: Oh yes, so little to say, so little to do, and the fear so great, certain days,
of finding oneself . . . left, with hours still to run, before the bell for sleep,
and nothing more to say, nothing more to do.

Photo by Cynthia Meier

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WINNIE: Thats what I find so wonderful. The way man adapts himself.


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WINNIE: Thats what I find so wonderful, the way things . . . things . . . so wonderful.

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WINNIE: Oh this will have been a happy day.

Photo by Cynthia Meier

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WINNIE: Hail, holy light.


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WINNIE: Do you think the earth has lost its atmosphere, Willie?

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