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    Happy Days is a popular play that has been basically divided into two acts. It has been authored by Samuel Beckett in the English language. Originally the play had begun in the year 1960 on the 8th of October and had finally seen the face of completion in the following year, which is in 1961 on the 14th of May. Later this play had been translated I French and that had also been done by Beckett who finished the translation by the month of November in the year 1962, after some minor amendments to the title of the play. He has later been quoted as saying that it had been a moment of inspiration when he had borrowed the title “Oh les beaux jours”, which had been originally from a Verlaine’s poem, named as the ‘Colloque sentimental’”. It has been declared by Cyril Cusack, that the show “Happy Days” in accordance to Beckett’s statement had been ‘influenced’ by his better half named Maureen Cusack. It was she who had persuaded Beckett to pen a ‘happy play’ after he had completed Krapp.

    The debut production of this play had been held at the venue of the Cherry Lane Theatre, which is located in the New York. Its debut date had been the 17th of September in the year 1961. It had been directed by Alan Schneider and the cast included Ruth White in the role of Winnie (which later earned her an Obie award) and John C. Becher in the role of Willie. As for the very first London production that had been held at the venue of the Royal Court Theatre on the 1st of November in the year 1962. It had been directed jointly by George Devine and Tony Richardson. The roles of Winnie and Willie were played by Brenda Bruce and Peter Duguid respectively. When this play “Happy Days” had been performed in the city of London for the very first time, there had been several disagreements regarding the overall aspects of the texts and the productions. It was thought by many, such as Kenneth Tynan, who was one of the saviors of the Godot, believed that the term “Happy Days” as the title was a metaphor that had b

    een extended beyond its capability.

    Further “The Times’ critics also claimed that they had failed to understand as to why Brenda Bruce had played her role with a Scottish accent. Several suggestions have been put forward for the explanation of the idea regarding the original imagery and its origination. James Knowlson had suggested several images from the Luis Buñuel’s movie named “Un chien andalou’ that had been released in the late twenties and had been photographed by Angus McBean of the “Frances Day” fame. But no comprehensive or clear evidence is present till date. Beckett has said that he preferred for the non appearances of the text in any form prior to the production as he had wanted some rehearsals before hand in London and wanted to be definitive regarding the work done in the theatre.