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21st Century Existentialism In An Absurdist Theme
by Doug Bentley  CA Canada

December 13, 2013   |    1,738 reads    |   0 comments

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Book Image Did Not Load!Major New Contribution to the Theatre of The Absurd!
We are done "Waiting For Godot"!
A full length 4 Act theater script, 'GO -21st Century Existentialism In An Absurdist Theme' is based on the landmark play by Samuel Beckett 'Waiting For Godot'.
First produced in 1953, 'Waiting For Godot' painted an indifferent universe, meaningless and random. Within it, Beckett's tramps, VLADIMIR and ESTRAGON, waited frozenly, in hopelessness, for the non-appearance of their transcendent, passive Godot. Positing major advances since that play, 'GO'’s tramps, BLIND and GOGO, actively participate in a meaningful kosmos. Their universe is "open at the top."
A serious exploration of contemporary existential angst, 'GO' is a modern contribution to the theatre of the absurd, a global genre transcending cultural lines!
Employing technical economy in all aspects of production, 'GO' is inexpensive to produce. Dramaturges will be delighted by the minimal stage directions, stage directors by the electricity present in GO. A challenge for thespians, audiences will also be entertained and amused by its abundant humor.

About The Author

Doug Bentley lives quietly in Vancouver, Canada. He is the author of four books currently available in digital and soft cover formats at major online retailers and ebookstores worldwide:
a journey of self-discovery into the sanctuary of your soul - and beyond!;
"one of the best kept secrets in Canadian English Poetry today!";
- GO: 21st Century Existentialism in an Absurdist Theme -
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