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"God-oh" or "Guh-dough"?

Billy Crudup of Broadway's Waiting for Godot shares his thoughts on the eternal question of pronunciation.

By Broadway, New York City

It's one of the major questions of theater history: Is the title of Samuel Beckett's absurdist masterpiece Waiting for Godot pronounced "God-oh" or "Guh-dough"? We asked Billy Crudup, one of the stars of the upcoming Broadway revival of the drama, to share his thoughts, and he's got a lot of them. Samuel Beckett, apparently, pronounced it "God-oh." But really, does that matter when your stars are Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart? (P.S. We prefer "Guh-dough," but nobody asked us.)

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