Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis Celebrate 100 Performances in NYC Oct. 19
There is no evidence that Dr. Sigmund Freud ever said that "sometimes a cigar is just a cigar," a quote that is attributed to the psychoanalyst. And there is no word about the shape or decoration of a cake that will be presented Oct. 19 to the two-actors (and one understudy) of Off-Broadway's Freud's Last Session, which celebrates its 100th performance. We're hoping the cake is cigar-shaped, but that might be too much of an in-joke.
Mark St. Germain's hot-selling play that puts atheist Freud and Christian writer C.S. Lewis in a room together in 1939 is booking through Nov. 28 at the Marjorie S. Deane Little Theater at the YMCA at 10 W. 64th Street (at Central Park West). Mark H. Dold is Lewis; Martin Rayner is Freud. Read a conversation with the actors in an earlier Playbill.com feature (enhanced with audio and video) here.
For more information, visit www.FreudsLastSession.com.