French Existentialist Play by Jean-Paul Sarte
Sep 21-22-23 • 28-29-30 • Oct 5-6-7 @ 7:30pm

by Jean-Paul Sartre
directed by Kevin Tumleson

Don't miss this edge-of-your-seat drama in a unique production that will have audiences talking for weeks!
Because of the unique production, seating is especially limited - about half our normal capacity. Act soon to get your tickets! 
Season Members: your 2017 membership includes this show. Please call or text Tim Boles at 312.420.8715 to reserve your table before shows sell out!

Jean-Paul Sartre was a French philosopher famous as an existentialist. Throughout the course of his life (1905-1980), he wrote treatises, plays, essays, and novels. His fictional work was generally intended as a medium through which he could explore his bigger philosophical ideas.
Written in 1944, the play focuses on three individuals trapped together in hell. Sartre portrays hell as a locked drawing room with three couches. This doesn’t sound like the traditional conception of hell and it isn’t. But trust us, this version of hell is, well, hellish. As the three characters try to determine why they are in hell and how they are to be tormented, they soon come to the conclusion that they will act as torturers for each other. The play famously concludes with one of Sartre’s most-quoted lines of all time: "hell is other people."

Tickets $20 • Groups of 6+ just $15 each

College/HS Students $5

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