A tragicomedy by Samuel Beckett
Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot has been acclaimed as the most influential play of the 20th century and one of the greatest plays of all time.
Written in 1949 and first performed in 1953, Waiting for Godot shocked audiences and critics alike with its avant-garde approach to drama that led to the establishment of a new literary genre called the theatre of the absurd.
Calliope's production of Waiting for Godot uses a specially revised version of the script based on Samuel Beckett's hand-written notebook for a production of the play that he himself directed in 1975 - providing Calliope's audiences with a unique and truly special theatrical experience.
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Tickets are $18 per person, $15 for Students/Seniors.
Under the direction of Dave Ludt, the cast of Waiting for Godot includes
Estragon - Mark Durrenberger
Pozzo - Michael Casey
Lucky - John Goodale
The Boy - Elizabeth Schwartz
Godot on the Cover of GO! Magazine! -- check out Richard Duckett's feature in the Worcester Telegram on Calliope's Waiting for Godot. (opens a new window)
Finally here! Thanks to the Worcester Telegram for a timely review. (opens a new window)
Relive Waiting for Godot again and again. (opens a new window)
|Last updated on 11 December, 2015, subject to change||©2015 Calliope|