Here are the two most famous plays for solo voice. Krappâs Last Tape finds an old man, with his tape recorder, musing over the past and future. Not I is a remarkable tour de force for a single actress, as a woman emits memories and fears. Also included are two other singular short dramas for single voice, That Time read by John Moffatt and A Piece of Monologue read by Peter Marinker. It follows the highly acclaimed recordings of Beckettâs Trilogy, Molloy, Malone Dies, and The Unnamable published by Naxos AudioBooks.