Click Here to Read: Kierkegaard’s ‘Antigone’ By Ulrika Carlsson on The New York Times website on May 5, 2013.
Archive for the 'Plays' Category
Click here to Read: Muddled ‘Love Therapy’ needs its head examined By Frank Scheck in the New York Post on May 2, 2013.
Click Here to Read: Finks dramatizes the 1950s anti-communist blacklist By Fred Mazelis on The World Socialist Website on April 26, 2013.
Click Here to Read: Mayhem, tragedy and lots of sex: Soulpepper’s adaptation of 19th century play La Ronde is both funny and bleak by Serafin LaRiviere on the Etra website on April 17, 2013.
Brandon McGibbon, Grace Lynn Kung and Mike Ross star in La Ronde. (Cylla von Tiedemann)
Primary Stages 59 E 59 Theater
Saturday April 13 2pm
at the Baryshnikov Arts Center
450 West 37th St.
Call Fred Sander to reserve your ticket(s).
212 534 8150
Click Here to Read: Review of : “It’s all in the Timing” by David Ives, A review by Fred Sander (March 10, 2013).
Click Here to Read: When You Arrive, a Special Event sponsored by the Ottawa Psychoanalytic Society on April 11, 2013.
Click Here to Read: Shakespeare and Psychoanalysis at The Freud Museum London on January 21st, 2013.
AT THE TBG THEATER – 312 W. 36th St – 3rd Floor
PLAYING 17 times from FEBRUARY 11 – MARCH 10, 2013 (more…)
Click Here to Read: Intellect, Not Emotion Rules ‘Freud’s Last Session’
The play, currently being staged at the Broad Theatre in Santa Monica dares to imagine a meeting between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis.
By Kelly Hartog on the Marina Del Rey Patch website on January 22, 2013,
Click here to watch “Dr. Ruth and Sigmund Freud (FULL INTERVIEW)” from Dr. Ruth’s Youtube channel on January 4, 2012.
Dr. Ruth Westheimer sits down with Sigmund Freud (Played by Martin Rayner of “Freud’s Last Session”) to discuss his life’s work and whether he’d change his views if he were still alive today.
Our friend Brenda Bauer brought this exciting original opera, “Juniper Tree,” to our attention and we would love to share the details with you all as well! As an additional bonus the opera was written and produced by 10,000 Minds Undergraduate Advisory Board Member Joshua Nathaniel Reid Ollswang.
The recruitment and formation of an APsaA Undergraduate Advisory Board (UAB) comprised of undergraduate students came out of an IPA grant aimed to study the most effective ways in which to reach the 10,000 Best Minds of the next generation.
“Juniper Tree” will be performed at Jan Hus Theatre, 351 E. 74th Street, New York, New York on December 12, 14 and 15, at 8pm. Donations will be accepted at the door.
For more information about the Opera, like the cast and a teaser video, please see more below!
Click here to read “Smile and Be a Villain; Despair and Be One, Too” by Patrick Healy from The New York Times on September 20, 2012.
Click here to read “Psychoanalysis meets surrealism in American Stage production” by Kathy L. Greenberg from Tampa Bay Online on September 14, 2012, which provides a review of Terry Johnson’s play, “Hysteria: Or Fragments of an Analysis of an Obsessional Neurosis.”
Click here to read “Hysteria: Oxford Playhouse” by Christopher Gray from The Oxford Times on August 29, 2012, which provides a review of Terry Johnson’s Hysteria.
Click here to read “Max Ophuls’s Caught and Edgar Ulmer’s Ruthless: Remarkable postwar films about wealth and power” by Joanne Laurier from World Socialist Web Site on August 29, 2012.
Click here to read “Tantalising take on Oedipus” by Chris Boyd from The Australian on August 16, 2012.
Click here to read “Freud, Dali and a truly barmy farce” by Quentin Letts from The Daily Mail on August 9, 2012.
Click here to read “Audiences Can Now Analyze Dr. Ruth” by Jennifer Schuessler from The New York Times on June 21, 2012.
When Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the sex therapist, met Sigmund Freud on a fateful night in midtown Manhattan, she probably should have known what might happen nine months later. The encounter took place last fall at the New World Stages theater complex, where Dr. Westheimer had just seen “Freud’s Last Session,” the word-of-mouth Off Broadway hit by Mark St. Germain. Afterward she found herself chatting with Martin Rayner, the actor who plays Freud.