Endgame

Beckett, the father of abstract theatre, examines the ending of life in a beautiful and enlightening light. The play also takes inspiration from the physical comedy of the Marx Brothers and silent film. The play has no conventional plot. Instead the play shows Hamm, a man who is blind and confined to a wheel chair; and Clov, a man who can not sit down. Hamm can not let go of his two parents, Nell and Nagg, and so he keeps them in two waste buckets. They are all in a small room. Clov often says he is going to leave but he never does. In the end we see the characters grapple with and come to embrace the end.

Tickets: $15; available at The ARTS Project box office, 519-642-2767.

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            Endgame

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2012/05/endgame/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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            Endgame

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2012/05/endgame/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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            Endgame

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2012/05/endgame/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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            Endgame

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2012/05/endgame/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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            Endgame

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2012/05/endgame/ for details.

            Location: TAP Centre for Creativity