Godot: Two Weeks Left

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“A thrilling production at The Classical Theatre of Harlem. I would imagine that Beckett would be thrilled with director Christopher McElroen’s audacious interpretation of his play … This “Godot� is deliriously entertaining and profoundly moving, all at once� (WBAI Radio)

These are the last two weeks to see The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s critically acclaimed production of Samuel Beckett’s WAITING FOR GODOT. Performances are held Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm, at The Harlem School of the Arts Theatre located at 647 St. Nicholas Ave. (141st Street). 

Now through June 25th only.

For more information and tickets visit
www.ClassicalTheatreofHarlem.org. Reviews have summed the play: “A daffy, damp, surprisingly effective version  ... Who knew this play could still surprise?â€?(The New York Times). 

“An arresting vision of Waiting for Godot that resonates even after the curtain call … J. Kyle Manzay and Wendell Pierce are a well-oiled vaudeville machineâ€? (Variety). 

"Few productions (of GODOT) have been as bracing and immediate as that of the Classical Theatre of Harlem, which produces a thrilling new Godot for our times." (Time Out NY).

“Classical Theatre of Harlem mounts a deft restaging of Beckett’s masterpiece … Wendell Pierce, as Vladimir, and J. Kyle Manzay, as his saucer-eyed sidekick, Estragon, achieve a glorious comic chemistry.â€? (The New Yorker). 

“An illuminating revival by the reliably ambitious Classical Theatre of Harlem� (New York Sun).

“A thrilling production at The Classical Theatre of Harlem. I would imagine that Beckett would be thrilled with director Christopher McElroen’s audacious interpretation of his play … This “Godotâ€? is deliriously entertaining and profoundly moving, all at once.â€? (WBAI Radio).  

“4 out of 5 stars� (Financial Times).

Directed by CTH Co-Founder Christopher McElroen, WAITING FOR GODOT features a stellar cast that includes OBIE Winner J. Kyle Manzay and Wendell Pierce, star of HBO's hit show The Wire, Chris McKinney (Light Raise the Roof at New York Theatre Workshop) and Billy Eugene Jones (Broadway: Gem of the Ocean and A Raisin in the Sun). 
 
For tickets and information visit us at
www.ClassicalTheatreofHarlem.org

 

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