J.C. explores a new production of Samuel Beckett’s ‘Not I’ which joins a movement of creative performances putting disability at the heart of storytelling.

The role of the Auditor is usually dropped from productions of Samuel Beckett’s “Not I”. The Irish playwright never found a way of making this silent, gesticulating character work alongside the monologue of the disembodied Mouth, suspended in the darkness eight feet above the stage... Keep reading on The Economist