Hamm can't stand up. Clov can't sit down. Neither can leave the single room they've shared for who knows how long. For them, the end is in the beginning.
Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett's wicked humor comes alive on the Arden's stage for the first time, directed by Edward Sobel (Clybourne Park and Superior Donuts). Beckett's writing, in the space between vaudeville and Pinter, Chaplin and Stoppard, shows us that nothing is funnier than unhappiness.