Waiting for Godot

By Samuel Beckett
Directed by Brenna Geffers

One of the most famous theatrical clown duos in history look to each other for meaning and the hope to go on.

EgoPo closed out the Beckett Festival season with what is unquestionably the writer's most well-known work, "Waiting for Godot." This tragicomedy about two waiting vagrants was staged "under Brenna Geffers' smart and crisp direction." This production was hailed for its vaudevillian physical comedy and loyal dedication to Beckett's tense, filled pauses.

Featuring: Ross Beschler, Robert DaPonte, Charlie DelMarcelle, Doug Greene, and Julian Cloud.

Director: Brenna Geffers
Set Design: Dan Soule
Lighting Design: Matt Sharp
Costume Design: Brian Strachan
Stage Manager: Eric Snell
Production Manager: Doug Greene
Assistant Lighting Design: Mel Leeds
Assistant Stage Manager: Josh Wallace
Production Photographer: Paula Nogueras

"An excellent, dynamic production of Waiting for Godot. Geffers has produced a nuanced production full of astonishing humor and unexpected insights” -Talkin’ Broadway

“They are charming and nimble, and they handle this very physical production's vaudevillian choreography with style and grace” -Philadelphia Inquirer

“Careful, astute direction by Brenna Geffers resurrects the bones of Beckett's work into a fresh and exciting production" -Broad Street Review