Waiting for Godot Fun Activities

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Draw a picture of each of the characters: Estragon, Vladimir, Pozzo, Lucky, and the boy (remember that the boys were brothers and would have looked alike even if each brother came). Think about the clothes they would wear, their props, the way they would stand, and the expressions on their faces. Consider the colors that would suit each character and how you can show the way each character feels by the pictures you create.

Create a Costume

First impressions do count. Each character's costume is an important part of the picture that is created by the characters on stage. Estragon and Vladimir are described as tramps. Their costumes are an important part of the picture that the audience sees. Create a costume for each of the characters. Think about how the costumes give information about each unique character as well as...

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