New Dates: October 18th and 19th
Performances take place at U.S. Hotel Ballroom, 125 E. California Street, 2nd Floor, Jacksonville.
Freud’s Last Session is smart, witty and charming.
“[Mark] St. Germain has written deceptively complex characters, and Charter and Epstein play them with passion and intelligence.
“Freud’s Last Session ran off-Broadway for two years beginning in 2010 , a feat that testifies to the extraordinary word of mouth the production enjoyed. Productions have since popped up all over the country, including the nifty Ashland Contemporary Theatre production that opened Friday at the Ashland Community Center, lucidly directed by Jeannine Grizzard.
“This is a play that deserves to be seen.” – Bill Varble, Medford Mail Tribune
“Freud’s Last Session is amusing theater . . . it is tasty enough to make the viewer curious to tackle the men’s actual writings . . .”
[Eric Epstein] is charming as Lewis . . . deftly conveying Lewis’ affability and grace . . .”
Grizzard . . . has done a convincing job of staging the play in the limited facilities of Ashland Community Center. – Roberta Kent, Ashland Daily Tidings