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Waiting for Godot centers on the mysterious main character, while exploring Vladimir and Estragon's ideals, philosophies and speculative findings. Don't miss your chance to see Waiting for Godot LIVE! Buy your Waiting for Godot tickets today!
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Waiting for Godot Tickets

Although Vladimir and Estragon, the two main characters in Waiting for Godot, may spend the entire production wasting their time away while waiting for the mysterious character whose name gives the play its title, you will certainly find yourself entertained as you watch them do so. One of the most famous plays of the 20th century, this absurdist production, playing at the Cort Theater on Broadway, is sure to give you plenty to think about. So grab your Waiting for Godot tickets before they sell out, and you'll be able to find out why it's garnered such esteem over the years.

Written by Irish novelist, essayist and playwright Samuel Beckett, Waiting for Godot originally premiered in Paris in 1953. During the entirety of the play, Vladimir and Estragon take part in a ridiculous exchange of ideas, philosophies and, of course, speculation about what will happen once Godot shows up.

Eventually, Pozzo and his slave Lucky wander onto the stage, adding even more absurdist hilarity, as Pozzo pontificates on his unfortunate servant and Lucky delivers a nonsensical soliloquy.

Waiting for Godot has been hailed as a masterpiece, and is even considered in some circles to be the most significant English language play of the 20th century. Buy your Waiting for Godot tickets today!