Samuel Beckett's play, "Breath" is a bit like that.
Written in English some time before it was sent to New York, in 1969, in response to Kenneth Tynan's request for a contribution to his review Oh! Calcutta! The original text first published in Gambit, vol. 4, no. 16 (1970). First produced at the Eden Theater, New York, on 16 June 1969. Firtst performed in Britain at the Close Theatre Club, Glasgow, in October 1969.
Here's the script:
1. Faint light on stage littered with miscellaneous rubbish. Hold about five seconds.
2. Faint brief cry and immediately inspiration and slow increase of light together reaching maximum together in about ten seconds. Silence and hold about five seconds.
3. Expiration and slow decrease of light together reaching minimum together (light as in 1) in about ten seconds and immeadiately cry as before. Silence and hold about five seconds.
No verticals, all scattered and lying.
Instant of recorded vagitus. Important that two cries be identical, switching on and off strictly synchronized light and breath.
Not bright. If 0 = dark and 10 = bright, light should move from about 3 to 6 and back.