Mark H. Dold (The Inheritance) and Kevin Isola (Brooklyn Boy) will lead the cast of Barrington Stage Company's upcoming production of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot as Vladimir and Estragon, respectively.
The absurdist Beckett work will play the Massachusetts theatre August 19–September 4 on the St. Germain Stage in a production directed by Joe Calarco (Shakespeare's R&J).
Joining Dold and Isola will be Christopher Innvar (To Kill a Mockingbird) as Pozzo and Max Wolkowitz as Lucky.
Beckett's 1953 play centers on Vladimir and Estragon as they wait on a deserted country road for the mysterious Godot, passing the time with anecdotes and hat tricks.
Barrington's Waiting for Godot is sponsored by Debra Jo Rupp, sponsored in part by Laurie and Martin V. Schwartz, with additional sponsorship by “Mike” and David Faust.