Nothing Happens, Nobody Comes, Nobody Goes; Waiting for Godot (Photos)

Rep is the New Black. What does that mean exactly? While Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Richard III play in rep over at The Belasco Theatre, Broadway’s Cort Theatre is also home to two production’s playing in rep this season. Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart have taken over New York City and Broadway with  two new productions of Waiting For Godot and No Man’s Land now appearing at The Cort Theatre on Broadway. First up is the tale of two men who sit waiting for a mysterious man by the name of Godot. But what does Godot look like? And why exactly is he coming? While no one may know, the adventures these two men end up on is far more exciting than what they originally planned. Today, Luner on Theatre brings you a first look at one of the two McKellen & Stewart pieces running in rep this season; Waiting For Godot.

Waiting for GodotCort Theatre

Waiting for GodotCort Theatre

Waiting for GodotCort Theatre

Waiting for Godot Cort Theatre

Waiting for GodotCort Theatre

Both of these productions come together from the very first time from opposite sides of the world. Waiting for Godot premiered in London during the 2009 season and No Man’s Land was first staged at Berkeley Rep this past August. No matter where they come from, we are happy to see these two productions featuring two fabulous actors working together to appear on Broadway. These productions are also playing a limited engagement on Broadway which was just extended by four weeks through March 2nd, 2014. Luner on Theatre will be bringing you a first look at the second production, No Man’s Land, on our blog tomorrow. Be sure to check back for that! Due to the rep schedule, please check for exact dates and times for when Waiting For Godot is presented. For more information, visit the Official No Man’s Land and Waiting For Godot Broadway Website. Thank you to Joan Marcus from Playbill for the photos used in this blog post. Be sure to follow Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and so much more!

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