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Why are thespians the world over so drawn to “Waiting for Godot,” that for many older actors playing one of its leads is as much a matter of professional pride as playing Hamlet is for younger ones?

And why, in a poll by the U.K.’s National Theatre, was this 1953 Samuel Beckett work voted the most significant English-language play of the 20th century?

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