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July 26, 2013 8:14 AM

PLAY REVIEW: ‘Frued’s Last Session’ challenges religion, atheism

In his play “Freud’s Last Session,” author Mark St. Germain attempts a difficult task indeed — presenting a rigorous and balanced debate of complex ideas while not stinting on humor or touching emotion. St. Germain’s success and the superb quality of The Next Stage’s production make this a must-see for any theatergoer who appreciates being able to laugh and think at the same time.

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