Waiting for Godot

In Waiting for Godot, two wandering tramps, Vladimir and Estragon, wait by a lonely tree, to meet up with Mr. Godot, an enigmatic figure in a world where time, place and memory are blurred and meaning is where you find it. The tramps hope that Godot will change their lives for the better. Instead, two eccentric travellers arrive, one man on the end of the other's rope. The results are both funny and dangerous in this existential masterpiece.
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Waiting for Lefty

Consisting of a series of related vignettes, the entire play is framed by the meeting of cab drivers who are planning a labour strike
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Love

The powerful collection of stories, set in the Northwest among the lonely men and women who drink, fish and play cards to ease the passing of time, was the first by Raymond Carver to be published in the UK. With its spare, colloquial narration and razor-sharp sense of how people really communicate, the collection went on to become one of the most influential pieces of literary fiction.
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When God Comes for Breakfast You Don’t Burn the Toast

What do you do when "The Almighty" drops in for a casual breakfast? When Harry and Beatrice Katzman are faced with this, the commonplace and the totally unexpected come together in a flurry of humour and excitement. This intriguing and entertaining theatrical experience is guaranteed to leave your audience feeling exhilarated.
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When You Comin Back, Red Ryder?

Set in largely empty diner, it's employees include restless cook Stephen (nicknamed Red Ryder), mousy waitress Angel, and their no-nonsense boss Clark. The boring routine of the daily grind is disrupted with the arrival of two couples, Complications arise when illegal drugs and guns enter the picture and everyone is held hostage.
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Whose Life is It Anyway?

Ken Harrison, a successful sculptor, is paralysed in a car accident and kept alive by support systems in a hospital. As the play begins, he is coming to the decision that if he can't live as a man, he does not want to exist as a medical achievement. His physician, however, is utterly determined to preserve Ken's life, regardless of its quality. Finally, despite the pleas of the doctor and his involved nurse, Ken invokes the law of habeas corpus and a judge joins the battle to determine his fate.
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Vivian Bearing, Ph.D., a renowned scholar and professor of English who has spent years and years studying and teaching the brilliant and difficult metaphysical sonnets of John Donne, has been diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer. Her approach to the study of Donne has been aggressively probing and intensely rational. But during the course of her illness - and her stint as a prize patient in an experimental chemotherapy program at a major teaching hospital - Vivian comes to reassess her life and her work with a profundity and humor that are transformative both for her and the audience.
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