Inspired from three theatre masterpieces by one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, Samuel Beckett - Krapp's Last Tape, Come and Go and Quad

In 2000, Theatre du Pif staged Krapp's Last Tape, which was described by Harold Pinter as "the most influential dramatic monologue of the 20th century". It tells the story of an old man's struggle to repossess his youth by searching through and listening to reels of audiotapes. As he relives his lost youth and wasted dreams, he desperately tries to reconcile with his younger self.


The Company further explored and developed the work with other two Beckett’s work to bring it on stage again in 2005.


"Sean Curran delivered a heartrending performance as Krapp." 
Clarence Tsui, South China Morning Post, April 2005



Apr 2005

Hong Kong Culture Centre

Krapp’s Last Tape

Jul 2000

Fringe Club




Bonni Chan


Sean Curran, Bonni Chan,

Chan Chu-hei, Cheng Yee-chai, 

Suen Wai-fong, Morgan Gadd,

Justyn Li

Costume Designer

Cheng Man-wing

Lighting Designer

Gabriel Fung Kwok-kei

Sound Designer

Vincent Pang Chun-kit

Krapp’s Last Tape

Bonni Chan


Sean Curran

Lighting designer

Wong Kwok-kei,

Gabriel Fung Kwok-kei

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