Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot will leave you hanging with more questions than answers.
This classic absurdist play explores the uncertain and existential world of Vladimir and Estragon as they stand hopelessly at a crossroads, waiting for the arrival of something or someone.
Beckett's contemporary classic has transcended time with its central theme of uncertainty, which resonates in our current world now more than ever. This collaborative production of Waiting for Godot, directed by Dr David Fenton and designed, produced and performed by the 2020/2021 Bachelor of Performance Graduating Company, explores the deep connection between who we are, why we are here and what it means to be.
What do we do now, now that we are happy?
By Arrangement with the Licensor, The Samuel Beckett Estate, c/- Curtis Brown (Aust) Pty Ltd.
Directed by David Fenton. Designed, Produced and Performed by the 2020/21 Bachelor of Performance Graduating Company.
Playing for 3 performances only.
Running time 2 hour 10 mins, with a 20 min interval. Rating M – This production is not recommended for students under the age of 15. It contains coarse language and adult themes.
All performances of Waiting for Godot will be performed live and face-to-face in AIM’s Theatre 2. Patrons will be required to travel to the Australian Institute of Music in Sydney and sit in a theatre space, which has been limited to 24 patrons.
Please bring a mask to the performance, which you must wear at all times.
The Australian Institute of Music (AIM) is a registered Covid-Safe business, and our procedures follow strict guidelines set by the NSW State Government and Live Performance Australia. By registering on arrival you agree to follow our Covid-Safe plan and direction from AIM staff.