Arts & Entertainment




Campus Times
May 7, 2004


photo by Adam Omernik

Vladimir, played by Chris Smith, and Estragon, played by Anthony Guerrero, listen carefully in anticipation of someone approaching in "Waiting for Godot." The play will continue tonight and tomorrow on the main stage in Dailey Theater. Georgij Paro directs this surprisingly fast-moving and comedic production of Samuel Beckett’s well-known story of two friends who’ve promised long ago to meet the ambiguous Godot.


Joe Jewell Band electrifies ULV

Jewell's electric guitar comes alive on the stage of Founders Auditorium.

Smith plays his way out of ULV

Kendall Smith's senior recital highlights material from his new CD, "Where To Now."

Festival celebrates playwright

Tying in with its production of "Waiting For Godot," the theater department presents a series of one-act plays written by or influenced by Samuel Beckett.

Happenings