No Exit
No Exit And Three Other Plays By Sartre, Jean Paul, 1905- Book - 1989

Sartre is to theatre what Gaultier is to fashion. Both have a knack of taking a thing and standing it on its head to fully and better appreciate it. NO EXIT is one such look at hell. In THE FLIES, he re-works the Electra-Orestes story, bringing it up to a modern clip. He explores the vagaries of intellectualism in DIRTY HANDS, and challenges racial division with THE RESPECTFUL PROSTITUTE. When reading Sartre, expect the unexpected.

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