by Samuel Beckett
Conceived by Lane Savadove & directed by Damien J. Wallace
Arrive on a South Philly street corner to be guided down an alley into a residential backyard. Sit and face the window. The blinds rise. A woman sits in her rocking chair, alone on the other side, separated from you by a single pane of glass. You can see her, but she may not see you. In EgoPo’s intensely intimate version of Samuel Beckett’s famed classic play, solo audience members witness a haunting and hypnotic 7-minute journey of birth, death, and isolation.