Modern Spin on Thornton Wilder Classic Our Town
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The last date listed for Middletown was Sunday September 29, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Generally regarded as one of the greatest plays of the 20th century, Waiting for Godot is a story that lends itself to endless exploration. Its depths are so great that every production has the capability of finding in it new meaning. It tells the story of Vladimir and Estragon, two vagabonds who find themselves endlessly awaiting someone named Godot, whose absence lends itself to numerous interpretations. The two bicker, wheedle, tease, ponder and wonder beneath a lonely tree at the junction of a dirt road, holding fast to anything that will give them cause to live until the next day. Full of clever wordplay and surprising humor, scholars and theatergoers alike have been debating the meaning and magic of Waiting for Godot for decades. Learn More
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Jason ChoiRed Velvet
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I read the play before seeing the show, and I didn't quite get it. I then went to the show hoping to glean more meaning from it seeing it live, and I still didn't quite get the show. It seems like a modern take on "Our Town" (which I haven't read or seen a production of), but with more ennui. Actors were all top notch, but with a plot that I barely cared about (even with the random absurdist zinger here and there), it was not as engaging as I hoped it would be.
Directed by John Langs
_This show is recommended for children ages 13 and older.
Running time is two hours and 10 minutes, with one intermission._
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