Jan. 30, 2006 as a PDF file
Michael Terrazas, Editor
Katherine Baust Lukens,
Christi Gray, Designer
Jon Rou, Photography Director
Brenda Bynum may look befuddled in this image from Theater Emory’s 1992–93 production of
Samuel Beckett’s Enough, but the retired theater studies faculty member is elated that 2006 is being celebrated across Atlanta and the world as the Year of Beckett. Commemorating the Nobel Prize-winning writer’s 100th birthday on April 13, the yearlong festival also anticipates the 2007 publication of The Correspondence of Samuel Beckett, a project based at Emory since 1992. “This is the foremost and greatest literary event of the 21st century,” Bynum says. “It’s going to be a wonderful year.”
PHOTO CREDIT: ANN BORDEN
Spotlight shines on Samuel Beckett in '06
For many years, Brenda Bynum considered it her artistic, aesthetic and perhaps even moral duty to bring the world of Samuel Beckett to Emory and beyond.
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