Godot - Andrew Heyman

The following is an excerpt from Samuel Beckett's play Waiting for Godot.

ESTRAGON Nothing happens, nobody comes, nobody goes, it's awful!
VLADIMIR [to Pozzo] Tell him to think.
POZZO Give him his hat.
VLADIMIR His hat?
POZZO He can't think without his hat.
VLADIMIR [to Estragon] Give him his hat.
ESTRAGON Me! After what he did to me! Never!
VLADIMIR I'll give it to him. [He does not move.]
ESTRAGON [to Pozzo] Tell him to go and fetch it.
POZZO It's better to give it to him.
VLADIMIR I'll give it to him.
[He picks up the hat and tenders it at arm's length to Lucky, who does not move.]
POZZO You must put it on his head.
ESTRAGON [to Pozzo] Tell him to take it.
POZZO It's better to put it on his head.
VLADIMIR I'll put it on his head.
[He goes round behind Lucky, approaches him cautiously, puts the hat on his head and recoils smartly. Lucky does not move. Silence.]
ESTRAGON What's he waiting for?
POZZO Stand back! [Vladimir and Estragon move away from Lucky. Pozzo jerks the rope. Lucky looks at Pozzo.] Think, pig! [Pause. Lucky begins to dance.] Stop! [Lucky stops.] Forward! [Lucky advances.] Stop! [Lucky stops.] Think!
[Silence.]
LUCKY On the other hand with regard to -
POZZO Stop! [Lucky stops.] Back! [Lucky moves back.] Turn! [Lucky turns towards auditorium.] Think!
LUCKY