Waiting for Godot Resources
Movie or TV Productions
A movie version of Waiting for Godot from 2001.
A movie version of Waiting for Godot from 1991.
A made-for-TV adaptation of Waiting for Godot.
Another made-for-TV movie, but this one is in German.
And yet another one, but in Swedish.
A 1965 Czech version of Waiting for Godot.
A Norwegian made-for-TV version of the play.
Another made-for-TV movie of Waiting for Godot.
These folks thought Beckett needed an update for the 21st century. It's won a bunch of awards, but young Shmoopers, be warned: it's uncensored.
Monsterpiece Theater's "Waiting for Elmo," from Sesame Street.
A 1987 San Quentin Drama Workshop excerpt on Waiting for Godot.
This is Lucky’s speech, and it’s fantastic.
You should definitely check this out; it’s an audio recording of the play’s performance. You can really get a sense of Waiting for Godot as a dramatic work when you hear the lines spoken instead of just reading them on a page. No joke. Just do it.
A picture of Lucky and Pozzo on stage.
Punning and computers; it doesn’t get much better than this.
A Playbill cover from the first London production.
This s the book cover for a Turkish edition of the play.
The cover of the first English edition of Waiting for Godot.
A photo of Samuel Beckett.
Beckett won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1969. Here’s why.
A great fan site for Samuel Beckett.
The full online (and free!) text of Waiting for Godot, complete with pictures, which are fun to look at.