Discovering Europe

The protagonists of this post-dramatic play are three women of different ages who are wait-ing for the arrival of a man. From their conversations it can be inferred that they had all been, each in her turn, that man's lovers. Nothing happens: the characters converse with one another, sometimes speaking monologues, as they wait for someone who never arrives. “This is straight out of Beckett” – one of them remarks, as it becomes clear that the author is playing with theatrical convention by ostensibly alluding to the poet-ics of Waiting for Godot.