Tickets Now Available!!
Tickets for Endgame/Play by Samuel Beckett are now available!
The tragicomedy, originally written in French, is one of Beckett’s most famous works and stands alongside Waiting for Godot as one of the most influential plays of the 20th century. Hamm and Clov live in a nightmarish world devoid of all human contact. The exceptions to this are Hamm’s parents, an argumentative couple living in trash cans. This fragile world is disrupted by the possible appearance of a young boy. Hamm and Clov, dedicated completely to their habits and absurd gameplay, are forced to make a decision - continue on as they are or accept the final moves of this existential endgame. Endgame will be directed by Drama Program Director Dr. Patrick Bynane.
Show Dates & Times:
Wednesday, Feb. 18 @ 8pm
Thursday, Feb. 19 @ 4pm
Friday, Feb. 20 @ 8pm
Saturday, Feb. 21 @ 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, Feb. 22 @ 2pm
Please visit the TWU Drama Box Office Page for ticket reservations and purchase.
News & Information
- Major's Meeting on 1/29 @ 2:30
- Mandatory Work Call coming up on 2/7
- Apply for Financial Aid Scholarship Program
- Tickets now available for Endgame/Play
- Full-Time Assistant Professor of Drama position now closed.