Tag Archives: Freud’s Last Session

Mad Cow extends ‘Freud’ (and Lewis)

Freud’s Last Session is doing business in Mad Cow Theatre’s little Stage Right, so another week of performances have been added.

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Theater review: ‘Freud’s Last Session’ at Mad Cow

By Elizabeth Maupin
Elizabeth Maupin on Theater

 

Steven Lane as C.S. Lewis and Terry Wells as Sigmund Freud in 'Freud's Last Session' (photo by Tom Hurst/Mad Cow Theatre)

When was the last time you heard people arguing about something important – politics, say, or religion – without raising their voices?

In the modern world, civil discourse has gone the way of the eight-track tape. But not so for the two men who debate the very existence of God in a new drama at Mad Cow Theatre.

That these two men are Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis and a confirmed atheist, and C.S. Lewis, the famed novelist and a devout Christian, raises the stakes in Freud’s Last Session, Mark St. Germain’s two-man drama, which opened last summer off-Broadway and is still playing there.

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Mad Cow announces ‘Circle Mirror’ and ‘Freud’ casting

Mad Cow Theatre has a spate of newish plays coming up, and casts for the first two have been announced.

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