On Saturday, January 13 at 7:00 p.m., Creative 360 will host the absurdist comedic masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. Directed by Tyler Eavey, the play features the work of CMU Theatre students Jake Betzer (Stage Manager), Connor Dowley, Amy Duffy (Assistant Director), Zachary Guerra, Noah Steffen, and Zach Whitt. Admission is $10 prepaid; $12 at the door; $5 with a student ID. Bring your own beverage. Reserve your tickets online at www.becreative360.org or call 989-837-1885.
Published by Samuel Becket in 1949, Waiting for Godot is the story of two world-weary men, Vladimir and Estragon, as they linger on a barren roadside awaiting the arrival of the mysterious Godot. It’s not clear why they wait for him, although they seek an answer to an unspoken question. They’d rather not be there. They want to move on, but still they wait. And wait. And wait. And, as they wait, they meet other strange figures, enjoy snacks, and take naps.
“Waiting for Godot asks daring questions about the purpose of existence, and it does so in a genuinely hilarious way.” ~ Broadway World