April 28-May 20:

Endgame by Samuel Beckett.

In a bare shelter four characters – Hamm the master (who cannot stand) , Clov his servant (who cannot sit), and Hamm's father and mother, Nagg and Nell (who live in garbage cans) – play out the end of their lives. Nobel Prize Winner Samuel Beckett’s modern masterpiece brutally and satirically dissects fatherhood, sexuality, power, religion, aging, love, and death. Endgame epitomizes Beckett’s belief that nothing is more grotesque than tragedy, and nothing is funnier than unhappiness.

Directed by Michael David Fox.
Hamm (Arturo Jones)
Hamm: “Me to play!”
Clov (Allen Moon) and Hamm
(Arturo Jones)
Clov: “Fit to wake the dead! Did you hear it?” Hamm: “Vaguely.”
Hamm (Arturo Jones) and Clov
(Allen Moon)
Hamm: “Is he white? Clov: “Nearly.”
Clov (Allen Moon) and Nagg (Joseph Byrd)
Nagg: “What is it?” Clov: “Spratt’s Bonio.”
Clov (Allen Moon) and Hamm (Arturo Jones)
Clov: “Light black from pole to pole.”

Nell (Jami Lieberman) and Clov (Allen Moon)
Nell: “Nothing is funnier than unhappiness.”
Hamm (Arturo Jones) and Clov
(Allen Moon)
Clov: “There's one thing I'll never understand. Why I always obey you. Can you explain that to me?”
Nagg (Joseph Byrd) and Nell
(Jami Lieberman)
Nagg: “Kiss me.” Nell: “Why this farce, day after day?”
Hamm (Arturo Jones) and Clov
(Allen Moon)
Hamm: “You cried for night; it falls: now cry in darkness.”