Looking for tickets for Samuel Beckett's Endgame (original French title: "Fin de Partie")? Endgame (1957), a one-act play for four characters, is one of the most famous plays in the genre known as "Theater of the Absurd." Beckett, an Irishman, is also the author of Waiting for Godot. He wrote Endgame in French and then translated it into English. The title refers to the final stage of a chess game, when few pieces remain and the outcome may be foreseen. The enigmatic allegory presented through the dialogue between Hamm, Clov, Nag, and Nell has kept critics busy for six decades. The play premiered in London, and performances followed in Paris, Berlin, New York, and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Endgame is a deep and puzzling work by one of the 20th century’s greatest playwrights which has established itself as a modern classic. Buy your Endgame tickets here on StubHub!