Plucky absurdism at its finest
It’s the perfect meta take on Beckett’s chef-d’oeuvre: two understudies anxiously wait backstage in hopes of going on in a production of Waiting For Godot. The ennui of loafing around on the sidelines hits close to home for theatre insiders and existentialists alike. Plus, the rambling antiheroes, sharp script, and self-aware winks to the original will have you in stitches. No doubt Beckett would approve. General admission.
"Waiting For Waiting For Godot is richly, vibrantly, aggressively acted, and directed in kind by Alex Harvey."