“Waiting for Godot” as viewed after Hurricane Katrina
- Posted on August 17th, 2009 filed in Web
Think of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina as an existential experience? One theater company does. On Oct. 3 Fairfield University’s Quick Center presents the Classic Theatre of Harlem’s production of “Waiting for Godot” which uses “the agonizing wait for help after Katrina as the central metaphor” of the production.
Published in courant.com Behind the Curtain on Connecticut’s Stages on 8/13/09