Waiting for Godot: The New Yorker

“Samuel Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot,” directed by Arin Arbus—who’s always up to something you want to see—is often set aside as an example of onstage philosophizing, all cerebral existentialism, with none of the comforts of conventional plot. But in the hands of Arbus, along with Michael Shannon, who plays Estragon, and Paul Sparks, who plays Vladimir, the play becomes what it has always been: a thrilling, melancholy, comic slice of life on earth.”

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