Waiting for Godot

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Samuel Beckett's tragicomedy, Waiting for Godot, changed the course of modern theatre when it opened in Paris in 1953. The play is at once a vaudevillian farce and a heartrending expression of our very existence. Upon seeing the innovative production for the first time, playwright William Saroyan commented, "It will make it easier for me and everyone else to write freely in the theatre."

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