Waiting For Godot
A country road. A tree.
Vladimir and Estragon wait endlessly for the arrival of Godot, discussing religion, contemplating suicide and crotch rot in a comical wordplay of poetry, dreamscapes and nonsense.
A tragicomedy in Two Acts – Beckett’s play pioneered an expressionistic minimalism that captured the existential post World War II Europe and man’s inexhaustible search for meaning. This play remains one of the most beautiful and allegorical of our time.
WRITTEN BY: Samuel Beckett
DIRECTED BY: Patrick Sutton
“…a hugely satisfying theatrical experience. one of the best productions of this play that I have seen…
infused with an infectious energy…” – No More Workhorse
“…a delightful, funny, absorbing and measured production..a joy to watch Sutton’s production.. his talented troupe and crew have pulled Beckett’s play into a delightful, absorbing and entertaining, and thoughtful, evening…” – Red Curtain Review
“…Seethes with energy, every detail is thoroughly fleshed-out, every drop of bleak portent wrung from each word, phrase,
and situation…” – Irish Independent
Running time : 120 mins including an interval