Garry Hynes’ ‘Waiting for Godot’ Will Play at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival

Garry Hynes’ ‘Waiting for Godot’ Will Play at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival

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Let’s go! We can’t Why not? We’re waiting for Godot. Ah, yes.   This is the repetitive dialogue between Vladimir and Estragon in Irish playwright Sameul Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. The story revolves around two men standing by a tree waiting for a character named Godot (the pronunciation is God-oh). While waiting, the duo talks about many absurd issues, arguing and reconciling, and figuring out games to fill in the time. The absence of this unknown being creates an agitated atmosphere.   Since the script was published in 1952, Waiting for Godot has been put on stage ceaselessly. Now, the Garry Hynes-directed …