‘Make sense who may, for make sense we must...’
‘Endgame’ was Samuel Beckett's first full-length play, after his famous ‘Waiting for Godot’. The many themes present in the play revolve around a central one: how we cope with ‘being in time’. The four characters hang in an enclosed ‘space-time present reality’, trapped between a ‘future’ that never comes and a ‘past’ that never happened. They invent stories about the past in order to add a sense of direction to their existence, to engage the ‘process of being’, which would potentially lead to a future and ‘a departure’ from life – an end.
Show dates: 26/07/2013 - 27/07/2013
|Cast||Clov||Maria E Olteanu-Furze|
|Production Team||Director||Maria E Olteanu-Furze|
|Production Team||Producer||Doreen Grant|
|Production Team||Stage Manager||Catherine Tucker|
|Wardrobe||Costumes||Maria E Olteanu-Furze|