This play is obviously not the most diverting out there, considering that essentially nothing happens throughout it. As to the play itself, it is (to me at least) very worthy of discussion. So many things could be meant by it. It is extremely ambiguous. Obviously, that was the intent, and whether or not you like the play, the acting is fantastic. Irene Worth, playing Minnie, is actually hilarious and the staging is very well done. It's directed well and the scenery is good. I'd definitely recommend it for any fan of Samuel Beckett and even to someone who's not, as even fairly un-theater-y people can stand it. I quite enjoyed this play, though, in fairness, I would not want to see it again. It's difficult to sit through but, again, that is the intent of the play.
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