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Zealand Listener : "Hurst is a cleverly
comic but very human Gogo, whose
lack of memory condemns him to living utterly in the present,
giving him a childlike dependence while robbing him of volition."
Star-Times: "Hurst as Estragon is a rubbery
vaudevillian fool, leaping about the stage with the easy grace
of a physical comedian."
"Hurst's Estragon is the petulant, face-pulling clown."
Zealand Herald (preview):
"In one of the most characteristic and memorable moments,
Vladimir explains to Estragon the significance of claiming that
one of the thieves crucified with Christ was saved and the other
damned. If those are our chances then, as he sagely concludes,
it's a reasonable percentage."