Skirball Center for the Performing Arts - New York University

“A faithful yet innovative interpretation of Waiting for Godot. Those who are unfamiliar to the work will be instantly drawn in by this loving and intricate presentation.” Entertainment Monthly

On a country road, two friends wait for a man named Godot to arrive. Their comical efforts to pass the time parody the human condition, and the everyday language of their exchanges takes on a universal significance.

Gare St Lazare rank among the foremost interpreters of Beckett’s work. They have performed their stage presentations of his prose in over 25 countries across six continents, to great international acclaim.

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Beyond the Stage

October 13 | POST-SHOW
 

Post-Show Discussion

Join us directly after performance for a post-show discussion and Q&A with Tom Bishop, Professor of French and Comparative Literature and Director, Center for French Civilization and Culture at NYU, in conversation with artists from Gare St Lazare Ireland.

October 15 | POST-SHOW
 

Post-Show Discussion

Join us directly after performance for a post-show discussion and Q&A with Belinda McKeon, Irish novelist and playwright, in conversation with artists from Gare St Lazare Ireland.

October 16 | 2:00 – 6:00
 

Beckett's Waiting for Godot: A Symposium

Co-presented by NYU Skirball Center, Glucksman Ireland House at NYU, and Gare St Lazare Ireland.
Free to the public. Please RSVP by emailing ireland.house@nyu.edu. For more information, visit Glucksman Ireland House NYU.

Join us for a discussion with guests including Walter Asmus, Gare St Lazare Ireland, and celebrated playwrights and scholars, in conversation about Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot in performance, politics, and the classroom.

 

October 16 | POST-SHOW
 

Post-Show Discussion

Join us directly after performance for a post-show discussion and Q&A with John Waters, Clinical Assistant Professor of Irish Studies; Director of Graduate and Undergraduate Irish Studies at NYU, in conversation with artists from Gare St Lazare Ireland.


 

Made possible with the generous support of CON EDISON FOR EDUCATIONAL AND ENRICHMENT PROGRAMMING.

NYU SKIRBALL CENTER'S 2015-2016 IRISH PROGRAMMING IS MADE POSSIBLE WITH THE SUPPORT OF Loretta Glucksman.

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