The WAIT is over… as fruitlessmoon theatreworks Presents WAITING for GODOT

Now through April 10, 2016 at White Box Live Arts, NTC Liberty Station, San Diego

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After 16 years of waiting in the wings, Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece WAITING FOR GODOT returns to San Diego stages with the fruitlessmoon theatreworks 2016 production at White Box Live Arts, Produced and Directed by fruitlessmoon theatreworks’ Artistic Director, Aimee Greenberg.
Waiting for Godot Producer/Director Aimee Greenberg
Aimee Greenberg


Waiting for Godot; Flyer Image by Debbie Prince; Graphics by Yara Bertran
Waiting for Godot; Flyer Image by Debbie Prince; Graphics by Yara Bertran
A tragi-comedy written by Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett,
Waiting for Godot remains, after innumerable productions worldwide over the past 60 years:
“a witty and poetic conundrum” (The Guardian),
“humorous and deeply human” (The Press),
“entertainment of a high order ” (NY Times)
“…will securely lodge in a corner of your mind for as long as you live” (The Sunday Times)
“The greatest of 20th-century plays” (The New York Times).
Tom Steward (Vladimir/Didi) and Joe Powers (Estragon/Gogo). Photo by Jim Carmody
The two tramps of Beckett, (nicknamed Didi and Gogo) dally by the side of the road, expecting the imminent arrival of another man. Although they admit that they barely know him and won’t even recognize him when they see him, they wait. They wait for Godot.
A timeless classic, not-to-be-missed production!
Left to right: Tom Steward (Vladimir/Didi), Fred Harlow (Pozzo), Don Loper (Lucky) and Joe Powers (Estragon/Gogo). Photo by Jim Carmody.


Joe Powers as Estragon/Gogo. Photo by Jim Carmody.

Ticket Link: Waiting for Godot

Starring Joe Powers as Estragon (Gogo), Tom Steward as Vladimir (Didi), Fred Harlow as Pozzo, Don Loper as Lucky and Jordi Bertran as A Boy.
Left to right: Tom Steward (Vladimir/Didi), Jordi Bertran (A boy) and Joe Powers (Estragon/Gogo); Photo by Jim Carmody
Left to right: Tom Steward (Vladimir/Didi), Jordi Bertran (A boy) and Joe Powers (Estragon/Gogo); Photo by Jim Carmody
Images of Waiting for Godot by Jim Carmody
Production Team:
Producer/Director: Aimee Greenberg
Stage Manager: Dylan Grant
PR/Pre-Production Photography/Video Promos: Susan J. Farese, SJF Communications
Production Photography: Jim Carmody
Projections/Pre-ProductionPhotography: Natalia Valerdi-Rogers
Lighting: Verl Garriott Averett
Costumes: Carol Whaley
Flyer Images: Debbie Prince
Flyer Graphics: Yara Bertran
Assistant Stage Manager: Beonica Bullard-Eden
PA: Dylan Christopher K.
 Promo Video for fruitlessmoon theatreworksWaiting for Godot
Tom Steward (Vladimir/Didi), Jordi Bertran (A Boy) and Joe Powers (Estragon/Gogo); Photo by Natalia Valerdi-Rogers

 See what reviewers have to say:

Jim Hebert San Diego Union-Tribune

Marty Westlin, San Diego Story

 And read all about the production here:

L’Chaim Magazine (Solomon Maya with Aimee Greenberg))

Fine Magazine (Jess Yacovelle with Tom Steward & Fred Harlow)

Fine Magazine (Jess Yacovelle with Aimee Greenberg)

Carmel Valley News/Del Mar Times (Kristina Houck with Jordi Bertran & Aimee Greenberg))

The Daily Actor (Susan Farese with Aimee Greenberg)


Tickets are available at http://godot.eventbritecom or  at the door.

SCHEDULE: Performances Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7:30 p.m. Remaining dates are, April 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, and 10. More info at
LOCATION: White Box Live Arts, 2590 Truxtun Road, Studio 205, San Diego, CA 92106. Located at the corner of Truxtun Road and Roosevelt Road. Free parking at NTC Liberty Station.
Photo by SJF Communications
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Waiting for Godot is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
Based in San Diego, fruitlessmoon theatreworks is committed to producing original and established works in both traditional and unconventional spaces. Since 2013, Artistic Director Aimee Greenberg has challenged audiences with bold staging, poetic language and uncompromising vision. Recent productions: Light Falling Down (with Oceanside Theatre Company), Occupy the Rice Fields, (presented at Space 4 Art and North Coast Rep) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Zoro Garden, Balboa Park.

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