Indiana University Southeast’s theater department is presenting five performances of the play today through Sunday at the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center’s Robinson Theater on the New Albany campus. This timeless theater, which is often referred to as a “play about nothing,” has kept audiences glued to their seats in anticipation of its ending since it premiered in Paris in 1953.
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