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Freud's Last Session

Off Broadway Play - Drama — 

This new play by Mark St. Germain centers on legendary psychiatrist Dr. Sigmund Freud, who invites the young, rising academic star C.S. Lewis to his home in London. Lewis, expecting to be called on the carpet for satirizing Freud in a recent book, soon realizes Freud has a much more significant agenda. On the day England enters World War II, Freud and Lewis clash on the existence of God, love, sex, and the meaning of life—only two weeks before Freud chooses to take his own.

On May 2nd. original cast members Mark H. Dold and Martin Rayner will return to the roles of 'C.S. Lewis' and 'Sigmund Freud,' respectively.

Read TDF Stages' exclusive feature with playwright Mark St. Germain. We discuss the value of using real-life characters (like Freud and C.S. Lewis) in plays.

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Pricing information
$0.00 — $65.00
Prices subject to change.


Regular-priced ticket information
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Student rush
A limited number of $20 Student Rush tickets (cash only, with valid student ID) are available at the box office beginning three hours prior to each performance.

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Preview
None

Opening date
January 14, 2011

Closing date
July 22, 2012

Running Time
Approximately 1 hours and 25 minutes, including no intermission.

Audience advisory
Mark St. Germain’s celebrated new play was suggested by The Question of God by Harvard’s Dr. Armand M. Nicholi, Jr.

Age guidance
16

Show Notes
Added Performance: Tuesday - July 3 @ 7pm, Sunday - July 8 @ 7pm No Performance: Wednesday - July 4 @ 2:30pm & 8pm
New World Stages
340 W 50th St (8th & 9th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
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By subway
C, E to 50th St.