an antic production that is droll, full of heart, and wonderfully accessible. ... As Estragon, Christopher Prentice captures the madness and the desperate hope of the wait for Godot in each, cleanly articulated movement and line. Forever tormented by shoes that don't fit and a best friend who alternately enrages and invigorates him, Prentice's Gogo is everyman banished to a nightmare twilight zone. ... Both are excellent physical comedians, but they never let the slapstick overbalance the universal emotions at the core of their characters. ... Godot remains a maddening mystery. But there's no mystery to Signal's mastery of Beckett's seminal drama.

Catey Sullivan