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Mark St. Germain’s ‘Freud’s Last Session’ Opens at Peterborough Players New Hampshire Premiere on July 7


A New Hampshire premiere, Freud’s Last Session, by Mark St. Germain, suggested by The Question of God by Dr. Armand M. Nicholi Jr., opens at the Peterborough Players on July 7th. Starring George Morfogen as Sigmund Freud, and Ian Merrill Peakes as C. S. Lewis, this stimulating play poses a fascinating, fictional interchange between these two masterminds.

Freud’s Last Session is described by Director Gus Kaikkonen as “an unusual play in that it deals with ‘the question of God’ and two brilliant men – Freud at the end of his life and C. S. Lewis before he was famous – who each answer the question in opposite ways.” St. Germain explores the possibilities with a host of witticisms, arguments, and further questions, many of them drawn from the written work of the two men themselves.

Compiled from the press release courtesy of the Peterborough Players (website | profile | tag archive).

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