Martin Giles and Daina Michelle Griffith, each a Post-Gazette Performer of the Year, will perform solo shows at the New Hazlett Theater -- brought to you by TACT, "a new company dedicated to bring a new style of theater to the Pittsburgh community."
Samuel Beckett's "Krapp’s Last Tape," performed by Giles, is about an aging man who listens to a tape of his own voice recounting the glories and hopes of his youth.
"Not I," performed by Griffith, is a short dramatic monologue by Beckett that is unleashed at a sprint, a stream of consciousness filled with interjections, with only the actress' disembodied mouth visible.
Performances are July 1-9 (no shows July 4-5). Tickets are $20 ($10 for students); check showclix.com for tickets and times.