First broadcast on BBC2 on July 4th 1966, directed by Alan Gibson and featuring Jack MacGowran and Sian Phillips.
Broadcast on German television (as He Joe) on 13th July 1966. Directed by Beckett, featuring Deryk Mendyl and Nancy Illig.
A disembodied voice addresses a monologue to an actor otherwise alone in a room. The voice reminds Joe of a past love affair that ended tragically because Joe drove the woman to suicide.
21 September 1981
Opened as Dis Joe
First presented on stage at the Centre Georges Pompidou
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