Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential World Ward II era play No Exit is the next offering at the Weekend Theatre.
If you’ve asked the question, “Why am I here?” or “What is my purpose?” then this play is for you. Sartre attempts to answer the age old question, “What happens after life?” in his New York Drama Critics Circle winning play, No Exit.
Imagine yourself in a room with two people whom you’ve never met. There is no darkness, only light. Each of your thoughts and actions affect the other. You reflect on the past while seeing the present in a world you are no longer a part. Is this Heaven or Hell? You decide. Come see how three souls deal with the afterlife and each other in this dark dramedy.No Exit
This production is from a script adapted from French by Paul Bowles. Directed by Tommie Tinker, the play runs Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm through January 31. There may not be an exit in the play, but the production will exit with the month of January.
Tickets are $16 for adults and $12 for students & seniors. Tonight (January 17) is “Roll-Back Saturday Night” with a $2 discount from the regular price.
The cast includes Kayla Esmond, Claudia Moskova-Cremeens, Jacob Sturgeon and Brittany Cook.