Behind the scenes
ABOUT THE SHOW
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.
BarnArts Waiting for Godot creative team includes Erin Bennett, Christian Coffman, Aaron M. Hodge, Amy Leavitt & Linda Treash. Coffman and Hodge are acting, Treash is the director, Leavitt is the vocal coach and Bennett is the show’s Set & Costume Designer as well as Stage Manager.
Production Dates & Times:
June 21, 22, 28, 29 – Fridays & Saturdays – 6:30 pm
June 23 & 30 – Sundays – 5 pm
Tickets: $20/adults, $15/students
Outdoors at Feast & Field – up on the knob!
Rain dates: June 26, July 3.
Productions are outdoors and will be canceled due to rain. Canceled show tickets good at any other show. Please watch website for info or call BarnArts.
Play is performed up on the knob at Feast & Field. Please arrive early to allow time to walk to the production area. Golf cart transport will be available to assist those in need.
Some chairs will be pre-set, but camp chairs and blankets are encouraged.
Fable Farm Fermentory will sell cider, wine, beer and other drinks and BarnArts will be selling snacks, starting 45 min before show time. Picnicking before the show is welcome.