Two men, down on their luck, await by a tree for a Mr. Godot who might be willing to offer them something – a position, an idea, a hope. Meanwhile, they linger, arguing and entertaining each other, and interacting with unusual and challenging passers-by. Waiting for Godot is the pivotal work of Samuel Becket and is often lauded as the most important play of the 20th Century.
Directed by Linda Treash and starring Christian Coffman, Aaron M. Hodge, Peter Mendes, Jake O'Neill & Marlena Farinas.
Tickets: $15 for students; $20 for adults
All performances are outdoors up "on the knob" at Feast & Field.
Shows will be canceled due to rain. Cancellation will be announced at least 2 hours before showtime. If cancellation is necessary, tickets will be good at a future show. Rain dates (June 26 & July 3) will be activated only if 2 or more shows are canceled.
Please arrive early to allow adequate time to move from you car to the seating area. Estimated time needed: walking from parking lot (5 min) and walking to the knob (5 min) plus time checking in (5 min). Golf cart transport will be available to help those in need.
NA Drinks and snacks will be for sale 45 min before opening. Picnicking is welcome, BYOB.
BarnArts will provide limited folding chairs. This is a grassy hilltop! Camp chairs and blankets encouraged.
Thanks for joining us in this wonderful experience of live outdoor theater!