New York Times on Broadway's Waiting for Godot

Review of new production of Samuel Beckett's signature work
'Waiting for Godot,' with Nathan Lane, left, as Estragon, and Bill Irwin as Vladimir, at the Roundabout Theater Company.
'“I’ve been better entertained,” says Vladimir dismissively, when asked his opinion of one of Pozzo’s perorations. But if, as this play contends, all life is nothing but passing time that would have passed anyway, I can think of few more invigorating ways of both doing and acknowledging exactly that.'

In contrast to Alexis Soloski's lukewarm review in The Guardian (see previous posting), the New York Times offers an enthusiastic take on Broadway's revival of Beckett's Waiting for Godot. You can read the article online by clicking here.