Sigmund Freud, C.S. Lewis, and a World of Hurt

Check out some scenes from the long-running off-Broadway play Freud’s Last Sessionwritten by Mark St. Germain, whose credits include (for TV) The Cosby Show and the soap As the World Turns, and stageplays such as The God Committee (about the politics of organ donation), Camping with Henry and Tom (that would be Henry Ford and Thomas Edison), and most recently The Best of Enemies. He also cowrote The Gift of the Magi, a musical, for The Lamb’s Theatre in New York.

St. Germain has also written and directed a documentary entitled My Dog, about celebrities and their love affairs with their dogs.

Well, no one is perfect.

If these clips are any indication, St. Germain seems to have given all the best lines to Freud. As did Milton with Satan. So I will reserve judgment until I can either see or read the play.

H/T: Justin Taylor 

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