One of the greatest joys of our job is seeing our audiences transformed by a theatre performance. At some point in Roundabout's 46-year history, you've likely experienced a play or musical that has inspired you. Roundabout has been fortunate to produce award-winning productions on Broadway for 20 years now. You may even recall our first Broadway production of Anna Christie at the Criterion Center in 1992.
In celebration of our 20th Anniversary on Broadway, we're highlighting 8 special productions from our Archives that helped us grow to our position today as one of the nation's most influential not-for-profits.
Waiting for Godot
Written by Samuel Beckett
Directed by Anthony Page
April 3, 2009 – July 12, 2009 (84 performances)
Performed at Studio 54
John Glover, John Goodman, Bill Irwin, Nathan Lane, Matthew Schechter
Nathan Lane and Bill Irwin in 'Waiting for Godot' Photo Creidt: Joan Marcus, 2009
• Both Nathan Lane's and Bill Irwin's third Roundabout production
• Director Anthony Page previously worked with Samuel Beckett himself when he directed Britain's first uncensored version of Waiting for Godot at The Royal Court Theatre in 1964
•Received enormous critical acclaim and was nominated for three Tony® Awards, including Best Revival of a Play
•Roundabout's third highest-grossing play to date
Explore the Waiting for Godot Production Archives.
John Glover, Bill Irwin, John Goodman, and Nathan Lane in 'Waiting for Godot'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2009
Waiting for Godot and many of the other historic productions have helped Roundabout grow into the nation's most influential not-for-profit theatre. Please consider making a gift today to help us create more inspiring productions for years to come.
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