“WIT AND HUMANITY…REMARKABLY LIBERATING…Arin Arbus’s Waiting for Godot feels vigorous and down-to-earth. As a duo, Sparks and Shannon have all the chemistry you would hope for…they light up. They play easily with each other, and they render Beckett’s heightened text extremely legible. Naidu as Pozzo, sketches a clear satire of power. Lucky speaks only once in the play…it’s a milestone speech for an actor, and Biehl pulls it off with sinister force.”
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