Vladimir and Essragon wait in a barren space for someone, or something, named Godot. The two are caught in a blur of time, place, memory, and hope, resulting in a tragicomedy of wordplay about mankind's inexhaustibale search for meaning.
WEBER Der Freischütz Overture, DVOŘÁK - Slavonic Dances, Op.72, Nos. 5, 6, 8, 7, and BRAHMS – Violin Concerto
From Renée Baker and her Chicago Modern Orchestra Project—new, jazz-oriented scores for a trio of silent films, with plots addressing timeless and universal issues of feminism, arranged marriage, the deification of youth, alcoholism, idealism and hate.