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Freud’s Last Session is a very witty and provocative theatrical. It is one of the best loved recent productions Off-Broadway that is got recognition and success. It tried to explore various topics in Psychology, mainly connect faith with logic. This hit theatrical is a debate imagined to have taken between the legendary Psychoanalyst sit Sigmund Freud and writer of the book Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis. The debate discusses various ideas about the existence of God and faith in him. It also explores rational thought in comparison to religion. During its two years, the play has successfully staged many rounds in regional theatres. Freud Last tickets bring the winner of the Best Play Award from the Off Broadway Alliance 2011, to a theater near you. Don’t miss out on the chance to watch it.
This play by Mark St. Germain is produced by Carolyn Rossi Copelan. It premiered two years ago. For most of its runs the show features Martin Rayner as Freud alongside Mark H. Dold as Lewis. The two have been directed brilliantly by Tyler Merchant in their respective roles. In the past two years, this show has played eight previews overall and seven hundred and seventy plus regular performances. Since the Last Session opened doors for public, it became an instant hit. This Off Broadway act was getting great response from theatergoers and critics unlike most of the shows that came at that time. The theme of Freud’s Last Session was interesting and engaging. The talk between the two became informative, entertaining and enlightening at the same time.
The Last Session begins when Dr. Sigmund Freud, invites professor, C.S. Lewis over to his house. Set in the backdrop of the fall of 1939, when England went to World War II; the stage and drama presents a clash between Freud and Lewis on the meaning of many debatable topics. They discuss everything from God to life, love, happiness and sex. They keep exploring the meaning; while questioning and counter questioning each other, they move from one subject to the other. The highlight of the play remains the topic of God’s existence/ non-existence; it brings both to a hot seat. This part has been praised by critics and loved by audiences the most.
This imaginary meeting between this psychoanalyst and an aspiring writer is something that might appear to be intense and serious. However, Germain gives it a good kick of humor and makes it quiet enjoyable. There are many factors that have made this play a success. Germain’s dialogues clearly show the thoughts of both the characters. The cast has wonderfully delivered the script and acted out the characters. Especially the parts where the two touch the possibility of God are well handled. The sensitive topic of relations and sex, life and death are shown in heated arguments. The play also touches on matters of social and individual importance very cleverly. It looks at evil, good, free will, art, humor and suicide in a very objective way, leaving a lot of material for the audience to think on.
The production, direction and acting of this play are all very high in quality. No wonder the show became famous by positive media and public recommendations. This play by is also known for its full fledge advertising campaign. The campaign was studded with stars and celebrities who enjoyed their one on one session with the duo. The show’s set design is also marvel that transports you to Feud’s house in London. It is very authentic as you can see the details and settings of his original belongings. Everything from the details of his famous couch, the Persian rug, the collection of ancient figurines and his desktop are intact. They have recreated Freud’s life in a very natural way.
Freud is known as a controversial thinker of this century in the field of Psychology. His character is the most dramatic; it is presented perfectly by Martin who acts out his body and soul tortured by his cancer. Dold on the other hand powerfully plays Lewis’ understanding of suffering in the light of religion. Lewis apparently found God after divine revelation and the play uses his experience to confront Freud’s ideas on life, death and God. Freud’s Last Session is a play that questions the intellect, beliefs and thought process of two different but very bright and inquisitive minds. Join them on their quest on life and everything about it in the last session with cheap Freud Last tickets. Enjoy!