I love plays & I know Samuel Beckett is acclaimed. Of course I know there is some deep, existential meaning in Waiting for Godot, but still, I don't have to like it. In fact, the best thing I saw written about it was from uncyclopedia.wikia.com. It humorously gave the curtain credit for being in the cast. "The Curtain: Only involved in the very end of the play. Considered by many to be the highlight. Its motives are clear." That just cracked me up, but this tragicomedy in two acts - did not.