Freud's Last Session
Freud’s Last Session is in an imagined depiction of a meeting between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis, set in the final days of Freud’s life, on the very day that England entered the Second World War. The play is inspired by Dr. Armand M. Nicholi Jr.’s book "The Question of God" which speculates on the meeting between Freud and Lewis that history can neither confirm nor deny.
Freud's Last Session runs from March 12 through April 4 in the Keating Theatre
Tickets range from $32 - $34 and are available now by calling the FST Box Office at 941-366-9000!
Prior to your performance The Green Room is open for pre-show dining. With a NEW menu, there is something to fit all tastes! Reservations are required and can be made with your ticket purchase through the box office.
The running time of Freud's Last Session is approximately 90 minutes and will be performed without an intermission.
Director | Kate Alexander
Scenic Design | Isabel & Moriah Curley-Clay
Costume Design | Susan Angermann
Lighting Design | Rob Perry
Sigmund Freud | George Tynan Crowley*
C.S. Lewis | Jeffrey Plunkett*
*Denotes returning FST Company Member
"You can't help but admire all the clever talk" - The New York Times
"Freud's Last Session is an intellectual sword fight" - Examiner.com
"Rich in its portrait of...characters" - Chicago Tribune