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C.S. Lewis Meets Sigmund Freud, March 27, in Seattle


  • “A profound and deeply touching play about two men who boldly addressed the greatest questions of all time.” New York Times
  • “Spirited, witty and eminently engaging.” Entertainment Weekly
  • “Thrilling!” Variety

If you live near Seattle, join Discovery Institute on Tuesday, March 27, 7 pm, at Taproot Theatre for a special performance and regional premiere of Freud’s Last Session, a play that the Huffington Post calls an “exciting and thought-provoking” intellectual thriller.
C.S. Lewis, meet Dr. Sigmund Freud. As air raid sirens sound, a young professor is invited to tea by the exiled father of psychoanalysis. Lewis and Freud banter and battle over the reality and meaning of love, war, suffering and God.
This event includes a special half-hour pre-show on the real story of C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud, featuring Discovery Senior Fellow Dr. John West, co-editor of The C.S. Lewis Readers Encyclopedia. Guests will also get a sneak peek of a forthcoming book, edited by Dr. West, about C.S. Lewis and his views on science.
Tickets are only $21 for adults (regular performance prices are $29-$37) and $15 for a limited number of students. Space is limited and tickets are going fast — so get yours now!
You can purchase tickets by calling Donna Scott at 206-292-0401, x128.
Doors open at 6:30 pm for refreshments in the lobby and Harvest Logos Bookstore will have DVDs and books available for sale. Address: 204 N 85th Street, Seattle, WA 98103.
For directions to the theater and parking tips, please visit the Taproot Theatre website.
If you have any questions regarding the event, you may also contact Donna Scott by email. We look forward to seeing you!

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