For the Eno River Players’ third production, we will be exploring Samuel Beckett’s classic, existential “tragicomedy,” Waiting for Godot. Two men wait by a tree for the mysterious Godot to appear as promised. As they wait, they are joined by a tyrannical slavedriver, his faithful servant, and a boy with a message from Godot. These five men explore the fundamental questions of life and existence while chatting, bickering, joking, dreaming, dancing, shouting, sleeping, crawling, preaching, peeing, flagellating, and farting.
Directed by Matthew Sampson
Featuring Antony Grow, Emerson Beyer, Omari Akil, Will Brinson, and J.J. Wilcox
Tickets are $10 online and $12 at the door.
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Waiting for Godot is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. Special thanks to The ArtsCenter and The American Dance Festival for providing space for rehearsals and performances.
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