Freud’s Last Session: Samantha Scott-Blackhall
Summoned to Freud’s study as England enters WWII, C. S. Lewis finds himself sparring with Freud about God, love, politics, and the meaning of life. Two weeks later, Freud takes his own life.
Part existential debate, part biopic, this profound and deeply moving play brings together two great men who address life’s greatest questions.
Under the deft directorial touch of Samantha Scott-Blackhall, Mark St Germaine’s landmark play, Freud’s Last Session, is reimagined on the Singapore stage.
Sam, who’s brought madness and danger to the stage with plays like Das Experiment, Lord of the Flies and Agnes of God, talks to us about the 20th Century’s most iconic figures.
Freud’s Last Session
11-15 April 2012Wed - Thu, 8:00pmFri, 8:00pm & 10:00pmSat - Sun, 3:00pm & 8:00pmSat, 10pm Esplanade Theatre Studios
Tickets available from Sistic
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