REGISTRATION


Workshop hosted at:

The Lounge Theatre
6201 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038

To Register:
Contact Thor H. Gold
thorhgold@gmail.com
(310) 266-8034

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PRESS

Waiting For Godot – Mark Taper Forum

Any chance the Taper could produce more revivals of this caliber? Beckett is no doubt right about the confounding ache of existence, but this “Waiting for Godot” provides theatrical hope.
Charles McNulty – LA Times

Michael Arabian’s stunning revival of Samuel Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot” at the Mark Taper Forum never wears the play’s international reputation on its sleeve. All involved don’t seem to know or care about the tragicomedy’s stature as 20th century theatrical redefiner or existential statement. They just tell the tale of two little tramps adrift on a road to nowhere, and let the universality emerge as it will. The result? It’s difficult to imagine a funnier or more moving “Godot” anytime, anyplace.
Bob Verini – Variety

Samuel Beckett is a great comic playwright. You don’t believe me? Then run, don’t walk, to the Mark Taper Forum and see the blissfully funny and yet profoundly melancholy revival of Waiting For Godot.
Harvey Perr – Stage and Cinema

Seamlessly weaving elements of burlesque, commedia del-arte and absurdism, the actors under Arabian’s direction illuminate Beckett’s text in ways that are both profound, moving and entertaining.
Hoyt Hilsman – Huffington Post

“Every generation waits for its Godot; ours has arrived in the Mark Taper Forum’s mesmerizing new production. Clear as glass and sharp as shards, this Godot is alternately tender and severe, compassionately embracing its characters even as they are surrounded by an endless road, night and nothingness.”
Adam Leipzig – Cultural Weekly

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Event Schedule

ACTING AND DIRECTING LAB
Class: Oct. 2 – Nov 20th, 7-10pm.
Cost: $150 per month.
Location: Lounge Theatres, 6201 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood 90038. 1 blk east of Vine.

Email: thorhgold@gmail.com
Phone: 310-948-3324

 

“If you are a filmmaker who wants to learn how to direct actors, and you seek masterful coaching, overcome all obstacles to study with Michael Arabian.”

— Jim Pasternak, Course Director, Directing, The Los Angeles Film School.