Creative text based on ‘Waiting for Godot’ (tragicomedy in two acts written by Samuel Beckett, 1953).
Vladimir: Well? Shall we go?
Estragon: Yes, let´s go.
[They meet next day. Vladimir stares at the rising of the sun while a tear drops from his right eye]
Estragon: Well, it seems Godot hasn´t shown up.
Vladimir: I think we should wait until nightfall.
Estragon: Indeed, and when the moment comes, you know what will happen.
Estragon: Don´t you remember?
Vladimir: Clearly not.
Estragon: [murmuring] how stupid can you be?
Vladimir: [stands up and begins yelling] O, now you´ve done it. Are you happy?
Estragon: What do you mean?
[Vladimir stares angrily at Estragon but decides it´s too early in the morning to start an argument. Hours pass quickly, and Estragon notices that Vladimir is getting nervous]
Vladimir: I can´t believe it´s noon already.
Estragon: You´re right.
Estragon: Look, I´m sorry for what I did before, it was completely out of place, you´re not that dumb.
Vladimir: [smiles] Thank you, you are not that annoying either.
Estragon: Did you bring the rope?
Vladimir: Yes, I did.
Estragon: It´s time.
Vladimir: Bring the rope.
[They start climbing the tree]
Vladimir: I think we should do it at the same time.
Estragon: I was thinking the same.
Vladimir: [sighs] It´s fine.
Estragon: [silently agrees]
Vladimir: Let´s make a countdown.
Vladimir and Estragon: One, two, three, …