The piece of the hour in times of pandemic? Is it coming to an end? With us? With everything? If we can no longer stop the catastrophe, what should we do? Is the only thing left for us to do is to play? Beckett's absurdly funny end-time game after a worldwide catastrophe.The last representatives of humanity live their lives bunkered and without any prospect of salvation. Like desperate clowns, the blind and paralyzed Hamm and his servant Clov spend their time with grotesque-seeming everyday life, while Hamm's parents Nagg and Nell vegetate in two garbage cans. Given the inevitability of the end, any seriousness seems ridiculous. A bitterly evil comedy.After waiting for Godot, Endspiel is Beckett's second world success. A grotesque dance of death on the eve of the extinction of humanity.