NO EXIT : November 5-7, 2010
Three people who can’t stand one another are locked in a windowless room together for eternity. This is the imaginative “hell” of Jean Paul Sartre’s “No Exit.”
“This play explored the choices people make and their ability to accept responsibility for their actions,” said Hardiman.
In “No Exit,” Sartre, the existentialist writer and philosopher, frames theories of human choice, despair and responsibility. These themes and ideas are given life in an imaginative environment, making the abstract tactile. “This production takes every possible step to flesh out the ideas in as concrete a manner as possible,” says Hardiman.