Waiting for Godot" at PACC

KB- Thespian has brought to the stage Waiting for Godot” A tragic comedy in two acts by Samuel Beckett.

 The play which was written originally in French and had been given many different interpretations ever since. The play depicts how our society makes the same mistakes again and again, always forgets the it’s past and tends to move on ahead but it never really does. It keeps waiting for a miracle to happen, someone to take upon it’s self to correct it but that someone never comes. The society so easily gets inspired by power and those who are wise are always kept slaved and in chains by the ones who are in command. The wise are feared of and are never taken seriously.   


The play is particularly hard to act, the dialogues vague, the expressions need dynamics, the harmony between the actors need to be perfect and everything had to be in the true essence in which the play has been drafted. It requires incredible skills to pull this act together specially because the dialogues in the play seeming make no sense and in the end in is the whole play collectively which makes it complete.And I would say the young performers have done an absolutely commendable job pulling the act through.

The play on the whole was a great experience and for anyone who would like to have a good entertainment and specially that of a thought provoking kind should indeed not miss out the show.


The play will be staged at PACC, daily till the 10th of August, 2008 at 8:00 Pm sharp

Tickets available at:


1. Agha’s

2. Laraib’s Music

3. The 2nd Floor

4. Jimmy’s Studios, Khada Market

5. Zaidi’s Studios, Tariq Road



Tickets at Rs. 500/-


Student tickets at Rs. 350/-(Only available at the venue. Please bring your Student ID card along)

2 Comments so far

  1. hzl (hzl1) on August 8th, 2008 @ 11:46 am

    8:00 PM Sharp.

    They only wait for Godot, not late guests. Doors will be closed at 8:00 PM

  2. spark on August 8th, 2008 @ 2:29 pm

    I remember standing in line for 1 hour in London to get the tickets for a performance of ‘Waiting for Godot’, only to find out that the tickets were sold out for the next two weeks!! :-(

    I hope I can get the tickets this time :)

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