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WAITING FOR GODOT
Deering Oaks Park
Fenix Theatre Company
Freeport Factory Stage
Boston Center for the Arts
Celebration Barn Theater
NHTP’s wistful Godot
Their tree is a coil of mottled cables tapering into two spindly branches, their mound for sitting on is a dull gray stone, and this terrain is simply lit by two blue and two bare lights.
Stop making sense
| November 23, 2012
Review: Outdoor expressionism in Fenix Theatre's Love’s Labour’s Lost
One of Shakespeare's earliest and lightest-of-the-light works, Love's Labour's Lost , is this year's Shakespearean offering of the Fenix Theatre Company.
Collision of minds, hearts, and well, more
| July 22, 2011
Review: Fenix Theatre's poignant, funny Waiting for Godot
Samuel Beckett's masterpiece, the tragicomedy Waiting for Godot, might not be everybody's idea of a summertime al fresco romp.
Laughing while it hurts
| July 22, 2011
Maine's quirky summer stage season
Summertime and a lush arboreal landscape is an unexpected setting for Samuel Beckett's flinty Waiting for Godot , and this reviewer is already stirred.
History + mystery
| June 17, 2011
Review: Tír Na Theatre Company's Trad
The fiddler’s on the ground floor in Trad , but Tevye would nonetheless identify with the play’s history-bound patriarch — though compared with this venerable coot, Sholem Aleichem’s beleaguered dairyman is a spring chicken.
Trad delivers a kiss and a kick to Irish drama
| April 16, 2010
Review: The Road
John Hillcoat doesn't stray from Cormac McCarthy's Road For those who found the Coen Brothers' adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's No Country for Old Men too lighthearted, John Hillcoat's relentlessly faithful version of the author's post-apocalyptic Puli
No country for all men: John Hillcoat doesn't stray from Cormac McCarthy's Road
| November 27, 2009
Waiting for Godot at the ICA
Part of art’s power is its openness not only to interpretation, but to reinterpretation. Try to find a more incisive, relevant example than Samuel Beckett’s...
| September 21, 2009
What a pity that Samuel Beckett’s plays aren’t more widely appreciated.
2nd Story’s Godot is free of pretentiousness
| May 30, 2006
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