Don't miss Nobel Prize winning playwright Samuel Beckett's masterpiece "Waiting for Godot". This staging of the classic tragicomedy is an original, site-responsive production within an immersive ceramic installation. The installation is located outdoors at the Washington Cracker Building art-space on West Pacific Ave. in Spokane, WA. The audience will join the actors inside the sculptural environment for the production. The installation was designed to degrade in response to the weather and has been open to the public from June 8 through September 10. Beckett’s play humorously depicts the futility of action and inaction. Our two weekends of performances in June and September, marking the beginning and end of the installation period, will respond to the unpredictable nature of the installation and raise questions about our collective response to climate change. ZagLab, an experimental initiative from Gonzaga University in partnership with Terrain, to pursue original interdisciplinary artistic collaborations, encourage artistic risk taking, and foster adventurous creative inquiry among and between students and faculty.