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Studio 54 Theater

254 West 54th Street

2 Hours and 15 Minutes : One 15 Minute Intermission

April 30, 2009 (Limited Engagement - July 12, 2009)

Broadway Play (Comedy/Drama)

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Four award winning, talented actors head the cast of Waiting for Godot which opened at Studio 54 on April 30, 2009. Two time Tony award winner Lane stars along with Tony award winners Bill Irwin and John Glover and Golden Globe and Emmy award winner John Goodman. This cryptic comedy was written by Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett and is considered both a masterpiece and a mystery of twentieth century theatre. The current production was nominated for the 2009 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.

The play centers around two men, Vladimir and Estragon, who seem to be waiting near a tree on a barren stretch of road for someone or something named Godot. The action of the play occurs in the passing of time while they sit. These two men forge on an adventure in waiting together. Will Godot ever appear? That seems to be the mystery along with why they would wait for something that they have no idea will even appear. It is an absurdly funny tale of friendship and the lengths we will sometimes go to in order to believe that we serve a purpose on this earth.

Leading the cast is stage favorite and critically acclaimed actor Lane who is best known for his award winning role as Max Bialystock in the 2001 production of The Producers. He also won the Tony for his work in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. His other Broadway credits include Butley, Guys and Dolls and last years November. His film credits include roles in The Birdcage, the screen adaptation of The Producers and Swing Vote. Bill Irwin won the Tony award for his work in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf and will also be starring in the upcoming Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Bye Bye Birdie. Both Lane and Irwin were nominated for a Tony for their work in this production. John Goodman who is best know for his long time role as Dan on the popular sitcom Roseanne is also featured in the cast. The production is being directed by Tony award winner Anthony Page.

Waiting for Godot is an intelligently written witty piece of theatre. Between the material and the cast it is definitely worth seeing. Half the fun will be figuring out the mystery of the play and the other half will be experiencing Lane in a role that only he could pull off. It is however on a limited run and is scheduled to close on July 12, 2009. Don’t miss your opportunity to see this comedy for yourself. You won’t regret going!

Waiting For Godot Tickets Information

Waiting For Godot tickets are selling at the box office for between $36.50 and $121.50. Premium seating and sold out shows are running $50.00 to $353.00. To view a great online selection of Waiting For Godot Tickets click the link.

Show Times

Wed Sat Sun 2pm

Tue through Sat 8pm


Take the C,E to 50th St., walk North to 54th St. and East to the theatre.


Bill Irwin - Vladmir
Nathan Lane - Estragon
John Goodman - Pozzo
John Glover - Lucky
Matthew Schechter & Cameron Clifford - Boy


Direction - Anthony Page
Set Design - Santo Loquasto
Costume Design - Jane Greenwood
Lighting Design - Peter Kaczorowski
Written by - Samuel Beckett

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