|(Sydney Theatre Company)|
A line in 'Waiting for Godot' something along the lines 'nothing much happens, no-one comes and no-one goes' pretty well describes Samuel Beckett's highly regarded play about two homeless men filling in time waiting for the mysterious and unseen Godot to arrive. No-one seems to know who Godot is, what he does or what will happen when he arrives but does that matter?
Not really, especially when performances are as outstanding as in this Sydney Theatre Company staging. Richard Roxburgh, Hugo Weaving, Philip Quast and Luke Mullins deliver the exceptional performances.