Samuel Beckett's Existential Classic Waiting for Godot at Stella Adler Theatre
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Small, intimate theater. Wonderfully acted and directed. We had a little trouble understanding Mr. Villeneuve's accent for the first few minutes, but our ears became more attuned after that.
Wear light clothing as the theater is a little warm. We parked in the lot for Madame Tussaud's. It was 10$ plus tip for valet. Kodak theater parking is also nearby.
Tomfoolery Productions, in association with Stella Adler Los Angeles presents Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. Grotesquely beautiful and utterly absorbing – a brilliant, bitter, comic portrait of the dogged resilience of man’s spirit in the face of little hope. Two dilapidated bums wait for Godot, a mysterious figure who will either explain their interminable insignificance or put an end to it, as they confront that essential human dilemma: “I can’t go on! I must go on.” A parable for our time, even more relevant today than when it took the theatrical world by storm fifty years ago.