Nobel Prize Winner Samuel Beckett's absurd, existential, and darkly funny play is noted as one of the most influential pieces of drama in the 20th century. Revolutionary in part due to its absence of a traditional plot, Waiting for Godot examines two days in the life of Vladimir and Estragon. Beckett's self-termed "tragicomedy" remains a "mystery wrapped in an enigma", as New York Times review famously proclaimed. But this inscrutable play poses a wealth of stimulating questions, diversionary gags, and rich material for extraordinary actors. On Friday, June 11th at 8:00PM, there are ASL Interpreters for the Deaf Community.