World Premiere of Freudian Slips Opens Off-Broadway Feb. 1

News   World Premiere of Freudian Slips Opens Off-Broadway Feb. 1
Marvin Lifschitz's psychodrama Freudian Slips officially opens Off-Broadway at the Abingdon Theatre Company Feb. 1.
Joel Leffert, Margi Sharp and Jason Marr
Joel Leffert, Margi Sharp and Jason Marr Photo by Kim T. Sharp

The world-premiere production began performances Jan. 24 and runs through Feb. 15 in the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre. Tom Bloom directs a cast comprising Sue Brady, Warren Kelley, Joel Leffert, Jason Marr, Allen Lewis Rickman, Margi Sharp and David Smilow.

"Is Sigmund Freud going crazy?" ask press notes for Freudian Slips. "Obsessed with a beautiful female patient, he dreams of killing her lover. Falling in love proves a major distraction for Freud while he prepares to duel his rival, the mad Dr. Otto Brotto, for the very survival of psychoanalysis."

Freudian Slips has set designs by Lara Fabian, lighting design by Travis McHale, costume design by Neville Bean and Nancy Nichols, with musical composition and sound design by Margaret Pine.

Playwright Marvin Lifschitz has penned Eternal Life and the screenplay "The Evil Inclination." He is a licensed psychoanalyst and is the author of two books on psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

Tickets, priced $20, are available by phoning (212) 868-4444 or by visiting

The Abingdon Theatre Company is located at 312 West 36th Street in Manhattan.

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