various and assorted miscellany
...two actors who's names I recognize.
Yes. You can't go wrong :)
I studied this at university and loved the play and all the discussions. I've read it quite a few times since. Strangely, I have never enjoyed watching a performance of it!
I rarely enjoy _reading_ plays. Watching them is what they were meant for, after all ;)
I started to watch it, but time got away from me, so I'll have to pick it up later tonight. Almost two hours is more than I have time for right now.
The credits start at about 1:41/1:42, if that helps, so it's closer to an hour and a half than 2 hours. I hope if you get back to it you enjoy it :)
Ugh, was forced to read this in high school
I think they do us a great disservice making us read plays. It's the moral equivalent of reading a screenplay instead of watching the movie.
I never minded reading Shakespeare
I actually enjoyed reading Eugene O'Neill, but it's the exception for me.
I remember reading the play and I saw this, but I can't remember where or when. Good grief it was made when I was ten years old--LOL! Strange play, Provokes discussions--LOL!
It does provoke discussion, I agree :)
This is a classic, Valerie
Yes. I was happy to find the video available.
I haven't waited for Godot since college. Now I'm wondering how many theatre companies will be doing this the next time they get to perform live.
Seasons are cancelled for the rest of the year :( Orchestras are in the same fix :(