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Mesirow, Tod (American playwright, writer, director, producer, 1956-____), “G.O.D.O.T. Arrives,”

a 35-minute satire in English, set in non-descript office/conference room, silicon valley or alley or some other high-tech corridor, the present or near future,

1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f; © 2000 by Tod Mesirow; • in Tod Mesirow’s G.O.D.O.T. Arrives (Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.: The Author, 2000); • script/rights available from Tod Mesirow, e-mail todmesirow@earthlink.net. • Cited by Tod Mesirow, via ftp March 7, 2001; Mesirow says,

§ Dramatis Personae _____ (m or f), first soul; _____ (m or f), second soul; _____ (m or f), third soul.

§ Synopsis “Two souls are charged by a third with the ultimate act of creating, by naming it.

§ Comment “The wait is over. Or is it? The search for the meaning of life. Snappy patter for the high-tech, pop-culture saturated audience. Characters are unnamed; sex and race are unimportant; age is unimportant.”

§ Themes Beckett (Samuel Beckett, 1906-1989, Irish dramatist, winner of 1969 Nobel Prize for Literature), creation, Waiting for Godot.

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