Text of two early (and classic absurdist) plays, from the 1950s, The Bald Soprano and The Lesson. Originally advertised as an 'anti-play', in The Bald Soprano nonsense abounds and a man and a woman discover that they must be married to each other.
The Chairs, in original French. A play described by the author as a "tragic farce" (and criticized as 'anti-reality'!), centers on the lives of an elderly couple who ready a room for an orator who will deliver an important message for everyone.