Waiting for Godot NEWS ON THEATERMANIA
Gogo and Didi do Christmas on Broadway.
Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, and Mark Rylance are among the British actors taking on multiple roles on Broadway this holiday season.
We cleaned out our fridge and found some slices of Michael Urie, a bit of Leslie Jordan, a few extra scoops of Robin De Jesús, and many more nearly forgotten treats.
Orlando Bloom, Liv Tyler, Kyle MacLachlan, and Alan Cumming were among the VIPs at the Cort Theatre for No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot.
Sure, the Rockettes are impressive and musical numbers are fun, but aren't you always waiting for something a little more…Beckett?
Tonight they open in the repertory revivals of Harold Pinter's No Man's Land and Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot.
Watch the Sirs recite the infamous "Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow" speech over three decades apart.
The stars of Broadway's Waiting for Godot and No Man's Land share a lifetime of wisdom on repertory theater, career longevity, and their famous bromance.
The adored British actor is currently gracing the New York stage opposite bestie Ian McKellen in No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot.