Wednesday September 30, 2020

Don’t wait to see Godot in flying form

Waiting for Godot. By Samuel Beckett. The Players Theatre, Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, Until August 23

16th August, 2008

Waiting for Godot. By Samuel Beckett. The Players Theatre, Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, Until August 23

Samuel Beckett’s most famous play is a conundrum. Many know, or think they know, what it’s about on paper. But in the flesh, onstage, it’s a very different thing.

For all its convoluted wordplay and subtext, Waiting for Godot makes the most sense in performance, where its bleakness and comedy can shine through...

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