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Mark St. Germain

One of our favorite playwrights is Mark St.Germain whose work is produced at Barrington Stage. We first saw Freud’s Last Session whose characters are Freud and C. 732 more words


Susie Wall Becomes "Dr. Ruth" at New Jewish Theatre

Becoming Dr. Ruth
by Mark St. Germain
Directed by Jerry McAdams
New Jewish Theatre
December 7, 2015

Dr. Ruth Westheimer is a person who is known in popular culture mostly for two things–her name and her frank and enthusiastic talk about sex.   596 more words

St Louis Theatre

“Freud’s Last Session” @NorthCoastRep

Freud’s Last Session – Eavesdropping on a One-Act Fantasy of Intellectual Wit

Article by Kristen N. Schweizer

There is a popular dinner party game, the host hypothetically asks, “If you could watch a conversation between any two historical figures, whom would you choose?” 372 more words

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Theater Week - Besties

The Best of Enemies – Photo: Alan Dehmer

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through September 15, 2014

The Best of Enemies -A true story of two people who became unlikely allies during Durham’s struggle over the integration of public schools.   573 more words

Triangle Theater

Mark St. Germain's luminous "Dancing Lessons" sparkles at Barrington Stage

Paige Davis (l) and John Cariani (r) in “Dancing Lessons. Photo by Kevin Sprague

John Cariani (l) and Paige Davis (r) in “Dancing Lessons. Photo by Kevin Sprague… 1,527 more words


Mark St. Germain's touching 'Dancing Lessons' set to debut at Barrington Stage Company

Once again we await – with great interest – the world premiere of another Mark St. Germain play, Dancing Lessons. It is described as a new romantic comedy by the Barrington Stage Company Associate Artist Mark St. 1,046 more words


Freud Where Prohibited: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and Freud's Last Session, reviewed, plus some Frank (Britton) discussion.

Julie Garner, Brian Hemmingsen, Scott McCormick, and Maboud Ebrahimzadeh

Patrick Bussink and Maboud Ebrahimzadeh

Julie Garner and Jim Jorgensen

Brian Hemmingsen and Scott McCormick

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