Big Adventure Cinema presents Waiting For Godot
Screenplay from Ireland’s University Theatre and directed by Aileen McGroddy. This version is known worldwide for educational purposes as being an excellent interpretation of Beckett’s work.
McGroddy points out that the most beautiful aspect of the play is the “incredible relationship between the main characters,” in which they retain hope in the face of meaninglessness.
McGroddy sees the two characters Vladimir and Estragon as heroes because of their uncanny ability to persevere. They play games in order to deal with the waiting
Dir Aileen McGroody / 1967 / 120 mis
Short Nothing Comes Of Nothing (or Dramatis Personae)
Actors are acting up on tour when their vehicle and egos break down on the long road to mediocrity. Will they – and their awful new version of King Lear – survive the trip?
Contains adult humour, childish antics and lovely views.
Dir Luke Moore /2018 /15 mins
The short will be playing on the screenplay intermission.