Includes both of the following performances:
NO EXIT - Three sinners expecting hell fire and damnation find themselves in a room together. Forever. Weighing the actions and deeds of their lives and hearing the voices of those of the living that mention their name, the play is a meditation on the consequences of immorality. Originally performed in Nazi occupied Paris, 1943, Jean Paul Sartre wrote this play as a one act to ensure that theater patrons made it home before curfew.KRAPP’S LAST TAPE - Krapp is sitting alone in his room late at night. It's his sixtieth birthday. He is preparing to record his memories of the past year, as he has done for each of his birthdays since his youth. He listens to a recording he made thirty years earlier and hears the voice of a confident, optimistic man in the prime of his life. Krapp hardly recognizes himself and laughs, ironically, at his past ambitions and dreams and remembers a woman, who could have been the last great love of his life.