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Waiting for Godot in The Plaza
Waiting for Godot in The Plaza

AIR DATE: October 3, 2011

Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" is a classic example of Theater of the Absurd and is often thought of as one of the great plays of the 20th century. And now Insurgo Theater is performing the play in a new venue. And the new venue is kind of absurd itself. The revamped Plaza Hotel downtown has become the new home of the experimental theater group. We talk with members of the theater company about their latest production and their crazy new home.
John Beane, plays "Estragon"
Brandon McClenhahan, plays "Pozzo"

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Thanks for the heads up on this KNPR. And I am really liking your online and printed cultural events listings. Makes it really easy to keep up with and learn about new happenings. A great community/cultural service!
aunty palinSep 20, 2011 11:41:25 AM
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