From "The Memoirs, Volume Two" -
The studio on Fourteenth Street was becoming a regular little theater.
After the success of "Happy Days," our friends at the Napa Valley
Theater Company wanted to do another Beckett. They decided on "Krapp's
At the time, we were very involved with helping the San Francisco AIDS
Foundation get started with their food bank, offering free food to needy
AIDS patients. sk dunn said that's great, Bill, let's make this a
a benefit for the food bank.
I drew up some sketches for the set.
In the play, Krapp, played by Dan Woodworth, sits
reading his books and listening to himself talking on his old tapes.
Jessie sits listening.
They paid for some nice newspaper announcements.
They also put out a nice press release,
BENEFIT THEATER MONTH
The Napa Valley Theater Company will be performing
Samuel Beckett's KRAPP'S LAST TAPE in April as part of AAA Productions'
ongoing project to support the San Francisco AIDS Food Bank. All
proceeds from this production will be donated to the Food Bank.
Any theaters interested in contributing to this effort, please call
KRAPP'S LAST TAPE: April 5-7, April 12-14 @ 8:30
AAA Studios, 233 14th Street, San Francisco
233 14th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Contact: Bill Wolf
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