Wachten op Godot
The only thing they have is time to chat, argue, ponder and – more than anything – to get bored.
Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot (1953) became almost instantly a classic Partly because it brings the post-war confusion and uncertainty into such sharp focus, but especially because it changed theatre forever in one fell swoop. Farce, vaudeville, tragedy and pure slapstick.
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