Off Broadway hit imagines meeting of minds between Sigmund Freud & C.S. Lewis, trading arguments about God, love, life & death
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Freud’s Last Session
Winner of the Off Broadway Alliance’s award for Best New Play of 2011, Freud’s Last Session imagines a meeting in the looming shadow of World War II between the aging atheist and an up-and-coming Christian thinker by the name of C.S. Lewis. The doctor invites Lewis for a chat at his London home, where the young author expects to be taken to task for his satirical treatment of Freud, but instead the pair trades witty interpretations of life, love, God, and the secret of solving a 7-10 split. As these weighty topics bounce between the legendary minds, Freud, painfully and secretly dying of cancer, contemplates the virtues of suicide.