Waiting for Godot
Behold: a balance of joy and despair, of the trivial and the serious.
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One of the major works to come out of the 20th century, Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot is a timeless masterpiece, a tragicomedy known for its many interpretations and depth.
Godot both focuses our attention on the human condition, and reflects on the theatrical means used to do so.
Featuring Beckett’s unique and interesting creations Didi, Gogo, Pozzo and Lucky – the existential clowns, everything in Waiting for Godot is a game: a game of life and death.
Waiting for Godot (HSC English Prescriptions)
By Samuel Beckett
By Arrangement with the Licensor, The Samuel Beckett Estate, c/- Curtis Brown (Aust) Pty Ltd
Directed by Susanna Dowling
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