Still Waiting

Daybreak Alberta

Since debuting in the 1950s, "Waiting For Godot" has become a timeless play and staple of world theatre. It's essentially about two men, Vladimir and Estragon, both waiting for a visitor, and as they wait, they encouter other characters that result in a play that has been one of the might widely interpreted and re-interpreted shows ever. Black Raddish Theatre is a new performing company who will debut as a theatre group on April 25 and they are tacking "Waiting for Godot" at Calgary's The Grand. Russell sat down for a preview with actors, Andy Curtis and Christopher Hunt.

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