Classical Theatre of Harlem’s production of Waiting for Godot
being performed in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward in 2007.
Two tramps on a country road await the arrival of a man who may never come.
An American soldier in 1989 Germany tries to choose his future as the Cold War sputters to an end.
The waiting is the hardest part.
Duke Performances and Manbites Dog Theater host a conversation featuring artists from Classical Theatre of Harlem’s touring production of Waiting for Godot, and Manbites Dog Theater’s upcoming production of Caleb Calypso and the Midnight Marauders. This one-time event is free and open to the public.
Time: Monday October 19 at 7:00.
Taking part will be:
— Chris McElroen, director of Waiting for Godot, and Executive Director of Classical Theatre of Harlem
— J Kyle Manzay, actor, playing Estragon in Waiting for Godot
— Howard Craft, playwright, Caleb Calypso and the Midnight Marauders
— Joseph Megel, director, Caleb Calypso and the Midnight Marauders
The conversation will be moderated by Jay O’ Berski, Duke Theater Studies professor and Durham actor/director.
No advance reservations — just show up by 7:00 at Manbites Dog.
Classical Theatre of Harlem’s touring production of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot performs Friday-Sunday October 23-25, 2009 at Duke’s Reynolds Theater.
More info about Waiting for Godot
Manbites Dog Theater’s world premiere production of Howard Craft’s Caleb Calypso and the Midnight Marauders runs October 29-November 14, 2009 at Manbites Dog, 703 Foster Street in Durham.
More info about Caleb Calypso