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Studio 54 (New York, NY)
254 West 54th St. Seating Chart

Schedule

2 hours and 15 minutes, with one intermission

Tuesday through Saturday at 8pm
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2pm

Time Changes:
June 9 - 19 evening performances at 7pm

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Photo Coverage: WAITING FOR GODOT Opening ArrivalsPhoto Coverage: WAITING FOR GODOT Opening Arrivals
by Peter James Zielinski - May 1, 2009

Roundabout Theatre Company's (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director)Waiting for Godot began previews Friday, April 3rd. Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot stars (in order of speaking)Nathan Lane (Estragon), Bill Irwin (Vladimir), John Goodman (Pozzo), John Glover (Lucky) and is directed by Anthony Page at Studio 54 on Broadway. (more...)

Photo Coverage: 'Let's Go, Yes, Let's Go!' WAITING FOR GODOT - Opening Night Curtain CallPhoto Coverage: 'Let's Go, Yes, Let's Go!' WAITING FOR GODOT - Opening Night Curtain Call
by Peter James Zielinski - May 1, 2009

Waiting for Godot officially opened last night, Thursday, April 30th, 2009 at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th Street). This will be a limited engagement through July 5th, 2009. BroadwayWorld's cameras were there as the talented cast took their first night bows! (more...)

Photo Flash: Roundabout Theater's WAITING FOR GODOTPhoto Flash: Roundabout Theater's WAITING FOR GODOT
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2009

Roundabout Theatre Company's (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) Waiting for Godot began previews Friday, April 3rd at 8:00PM. Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot stars (in order of speaking) Nathan Lane (Estragon), Bill Irwin (Vladimir), John Goodman (Pozzo), John Glover (Lucky) and is directed by Anthony Page at Studio 54 on Broadway. (more...)

Photo Coverage: 'WAITING FOR GODOT' Meets the Press!Photo Coverage: 'WAITING FOR GODOT' Meets the Press!
by Walter McBride - Mar 22, 2009

A cornerstone of twentieth century theatre, Waiting for Godot was Samuel Beckett's first professionally produced play. It premiered in Paris in 1953 and premiered on Broadway in 1956 at the John Golden Theatre. Beckett's language pioneered an expressionistic minimalism that captured the existentialism of post-World War II Europe. (more...)