Voyeuristic Claustrophobia

Jean-Paul Sartre was an existentialist, not an optimist. “Hell is other people,” he said. To demonstrate, he wrote No Exit. It’s a one-act play…

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Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em

Cigarettes. Books. Acerbic aphorisms. (The kind Jean-Paul Sartre and BFF Holden Caulfield would have folded into fortune cookies.) Those are the basic ingredients of…

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Helluva Night: No Exit and Tape

This is one lopsided double bill. Expression Productions' “Helluva Night” offers two plays that have almost nothing in common in treatment or tone; the…

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Waiting for Bordeaux

James Daniel's absurdist play features a heterosexual female, a bisexual male, and a homosexual male meeting up in a pretentious restaurant for even more…

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