In addition, neither Vladimir nor Estragon can remember how long they have been waiting for Godot, and this leads Vladimir to question if it has been days, months or perhaps years.
In 1953, the play premiered in Paris at the Theatre de Babylone. The British Royal National Theatre poll of 800 playwrights, actors, directors and journalists voted in 1999 that “Waiting for Godot” was “the most significant play of the 20th century.”
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Originally written and performed in French, the title “Waiting for Godot” is Beckett’s own translation from the French title “En attendant Godot.”
Ian McKellen made an appearance in New York today to promote his two Broadway plays, "No Man’s Land” and “Waiting for Godot,” and took some ti...