Waiting for Godot is a tragic comedy in which Samuel Beckett explores the futility of man's hope. Two wandering vagrants wait in the middle of nowhere to meet up with Mr. Godot, hoping he'll change their lives for the better. As they wait, they speculate, joke, engage with fellow travelers, and ponder life's greatest questions. Waiting for Godot is a classic masterpiece that draws endless interpretations, and is considered one of the most significant plays of the twentieth century.
Ages: Suggested for ages 13+