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A trash dump

A tree

Four stories of suicide

One day

When you're dealing with depression and suicidal thoughts, the way you perceive reality is different from the rest.

Standing on a balcony doesn't offer a beautiful view; instead, it appears as a tragic fall.

When you hold a rope in your hands, you're not thinking about using it for fun; you're checking if it can support your own weight.

When you look at your medicine, those sleeping pills seem designed to make you sleep forever instead of providing a restful slumber.

And if you gaze at the sea, you contemplate jumping and never surfacing again.


What I want to convey is that anything that's supposed to be beautiful or relaxing becomes tragic, like a key to a door that leads you out of this world.

Most of us then learn to live our lives pretending that we're okay, just to spare others from our suffering.


In the texts of Samuel Beckett, I've discovered that suffering, the desire for love and acceptance, and the perpetual hope for eternal relief all intertwine. To me, in "Waiting for Godot," Vladimir and Estragon aren't simply waiting for death; they're waiting for acceptance. They can't leave that place because they might miss their chance at happiness or, perhaps, death."

Igor Alvarez Cugat


This performance is based on Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett

Direction: Igor Alvarez Cugat

Scenography: Jazmin Bodrogi

Music: Rabbits “David Lynch”

Voice: Hazel Barnes


Vladimir: @Tootsixox

Estragon: Ilan Hospers

Pozo and Lucky: PD

Audiovisuals: Zaki Chouhou / Beyonce / Rick Middels

Brace yourself for an unforgettable journey as you witness the struggles and triumphs of the human spirit in this powerful performance inspired by "Waiting for Godot." 

This emotional theatrical experience explores themes of self-discovery and belonging through the lens of a drag performer. Four lip-sync tributes to members of the LGBTQIA2S+ community, four friends who battled depression and ultimately took the tragical decision to end their lives. 


The theme of our production revolves around the eternal wait, much like in Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot". It serves as a metaphor for the continuous search that many of us embark upon, seeking to uncover our true selves and attain love's blissful embrace. Our performance delves into the depths of the human experience, exploring the cyclical journey towards self-discovery and acceptance. 




This honorific drag-show presents a truly exciting tribute to members of the LGBTQIA2S+ community who are no longer with us, It promises to be a must-see event for fans of Beckett's work and those who enjoy innovative theater.

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