The reviews are rolling in for the Theatre for a New Audience production of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, which began performances November 4. The long-awaited production was originally slated for March 2020, and was postponed due to the shutdown of live theatre at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is running at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center through December 3.
Arin Arbus directs Beckett's renowned play, which follows Vladimir and Estragon, who are down on their luck but always keep their meetings with Godot, a figure who promises deliverance—but never shows up.
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The production features scenic design by Riccardo Hernández, lighting design by Chris Akerlind, sound design by Palmer Hefferan, choreography by Byron Easley, movement consultation by Marcia Polas, creative consultation by Bill Irwin, voice direction by Andrew Wade, properties supervision by Jon Knust, fight direction by J. David Brimmer, dramaturgy by Jonathan Kalb, and production stage management by Shane Schnetzler.
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