PTK presents Freud's Last Session as part of its 30th Anniversary 2017-2018 Season!
By Mark St. Germain
Suggested by The Question of God by Dr. Armand M. Nicholi, Jr.
Centers on legendary psychoanalyst Dr. Sigmund Freud who invites the young, rising Oxford Don C.S. Lewis to his home in London. On the day England enters World War Two, Freud and Lewis clash about love, sex, the existence of God, and the meaning of life, just weeks before Freud took his own life. A deeply touching play filled with humor and exploring the minds, hearts and souls of two brilliant men addressing the greatest questions of all time.
REVIEWS: "Astute and the humor is plentiful." NY Times
"Lively, plausible, provocative, dynamic, comical." Assoc. Press.
"A theatrical and intellectual delight." Huffington Post.
AWARDS: Gradiva Award for Best Stage Production
Off Broadway Alliance Best Play Award
Performances begin promptly at the scheduled times. Those arriving late may not be seated. Online tickets are available for purchase up to three hours prior to performance times. The Public Theatre of Kentucky's Box Office, located inside the Phoenix Theatre, opens for ticket sales one hour before performance times on show days only. If tickets are still available, they may be purchased at the door at this time.
Late seating is at the discretion of the House Manager and may not be possible for some performances, especially if you are more than 10 minutes late. If you arrive late, ushers will seat you at the earliest appropriate time during the performance, usually at the end of a scene. Out of respect for the performers and other audience members, you will be asked to wait in the lobby with an usher until the appropriate seating break. If you need to leave a performance early, we ask that you leave at a point in the performance when moving around would be a minimal disturbance to those around you, such as during applause.
LOUD TALKING, CELL PHONES/ELECTRONICS and DISRUPTIONS DURING PERFORMANCES
Disruptions are not tolerated. If anyone disturbs the audience or interferes with the performance, the patron will be required to leave with no refund forthcoming.