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April 3, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 11

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7 1 1 ' t t f r A. TTTT -I i: i. '.V i 'FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1&64 U OF 0 PUV A' -7 : ! ' l "" t ' . - . ' : 71 'Waiting for Godot' Has Excellent Cast ; Samuel Beckett's 'Wafting tor Godot" is 'an extremely difficult piece of theatre 'and th e University of Ottawa Drama Guild made a pretty good job of it "Thursday night:' ; But ; de'sbite the efforts" of Brian McKeown Carl Cayerf at th tramps de serve full marks for Jheir considerable skill in two lengthy and demanding roles. Mr. Cayer reminds one now and again of ihat expert , comedian Hugh .director James . Flannery and Webster of the Stratford Com an excellent if sometimes deaf-Pany. ening cast that essential first-f .Samuel Beckett is not every; night atmosphere was rnUsinu P'yg'er's cup pf tea (for lack from-the Academic Hall. The ' better metaphor). But if reason less than one , quarter u yurs- ee "Waiting lor , ' of ,the seats w$fe filled; . ' Oodot. . There are perioral. 1"Q CRAMPS s i dim Udiui imj l .. .., , :. , J : .. " J" i tne Academic liau.. wu-Bnefly. "Waiting for Godot" ; br(Mj ,.Slr , R r .... mnrrnc tmn. iramnt BV;4l , , .,' . . ; Gogo. who are , waiting for the! mysterious Godot' -"to ," arrive. f Nothing is known about him'! , except- he has a beard, which; may be wjtite., He does nothing. The ' two . tramps have' to occupy;, -iheir-1 lime, a painlulj V 1 If rour.jv tiled Near oa ET-tCPWTwo rne All : women procecus.Mmfhve. little j.ntflwo meagre deadjwd-tW6 'TO,n "a r unaDlfle ;other-'personsenously injured spite-1 .touching attachment jo as ,he result of two seoarate each ;,other, to communicate'' ! accident nr - her Thur.rfav effectively.':-.. ',.'.'.'' .' 'j" Their boredom" is broken only r I I 24' 3" 3" 4" I TopsoiL Fill and Sod ., Mirkct Sautrt . laviri . li.aaa'i 9 BlUinn BriOi WfAZlzlki night. Sylvia Eaton. 22, and Elaine ny me arrival 01 . me lat ana cram. 19. both of nearbv An- useles Pozzo and hi) emaciated, gus. were killed when their car wretcnea sieve , Lucxy. wet in coUision .with a truck ott Ana py tne boy who tells them.! the city's outskirts. Driver of 1 n consecutive, days, that'the' car. Edward Kotket, 27. Godot will come IV next day. aisd of Angus, was inTritTcaT ' BY. We aU4he. plajf, the condition in hospital here two, confused tramp decide tor Anthony Asseljn. .18. of Mid- wan ocmubf ii iioaoi is arop- land. 30 miles - north of here pea ne will punish them. With died in a Toronto hospital of him they are safe; they think, i injuries received in a head-on ; Beckett's portrayal of man is collision at Waverly. 25 miles a: combination of , trgedyaaunorth . of here . comedy, more the . formerr per- He was a passenRer-in, a car haps. - . ' ' . ' which collided with a - second , BRILLIANT ROLEr 1 vehicle, killing its unidentified The unlucky , Lucky is bril-drtver. 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