Screening: Fiona Shaw + Simon Critchley
Millions of young cinemagoers know her only as Petunia Dursley in the Harry Potter films, yet Fiona Shaw is regarded as one of the finest classical actresses of her generation. Here she joins philosopher Simon Critchley to talk about nothing: from the nothingness in Beckett, the emptiness in Eliot, to the hollowness of Ibsen.
This is a screening of a filmed conversation.
About the Speaker
Will Eno is a Fellow at the Signature Theater, where his play Title and Deed recently premiered. The Realistic Joneses premiered at the Yale Repertory Theater. Both plays were on the N.Y. Times “Best Plays of 2012” list. Other plays are Gnit, Middletown, and Thom Pain (based on nothing), which was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. His work is published by TCG, DPS, playscripts, and Oberon Books.