WAITING FOR GODOT
About the play
In the words of Vivian Mercier, an Irish literary critic, Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett is a play where nothing happens, twice. It is an existential play that traverses the waiting of an unknown and unseen Godot by Vladimir and Estragon, and their indescribable meeting with Pozzo and Lucky. Known to be one of the most incomprehensible plays ever written, Waiting for Godot, is a historic play for the very reason that it brings to face the essence of life.
Script: Samuel Beckett
Design and Direction: V Balakrishnan
Actors: Shakthi Ramani, Meera Sitaraman, V Balakrishnan, Aparna Kumar and Adwitha Arumugam
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