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Articles by Kevin Becerra

Thank you for joining us for Waiting for Godot! Please take a moment to answer any of the following questions – we’d love to hear your thoughts.   Have you seen Waiting for Godot before? If you have, was this production different? Why do you think Godot is still being performed sixty years later? What themes in the play resonated with you?   Thank you for sharing your experience with us!

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In the sixty years since the first production of Waiting for Godot the play has firmly secured its place as a modern classic. It is read, studied, and performed by everyone from high school actors to seasoned psychologists. Here is a timeline of the highlights of Godot throughout the years. 1948-1949 – En Attendant Godot is written January 5th, 1953 – First production in a small theatre, Theatre de Babylone, in Paris. The production was directed by…

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FILMS Broadway — The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There (2004) “This is my favorite Broadway DVD.” Jeff Mattsey An oral history of the Broadway community and culture from the 1940s – 1960s told through a collection of interviews with the legends of the era. Their stories are classic and moving depictions of cast parties at Sardi’s, Second Acting (sneaking into a theater after intermission), and the stand out performances that defined American Theater in…

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  Visitors to our production of Baritones UnBound: A Celebration of the UnCommon Voice of the Common Man may recognize a set element from our Spring production of Maurice Hines’ Tappin’ Thru Life. Marc Kudisch, Jeff Mattsey, Ben Davis. Photo credit: Paul Marotta Tappin’ Thru Life Set. Photo credit: David Dower These lighted wings were designed for us by Alexander Nichols, with whom I have done more than 20 productions over the last 20 years….

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