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Enter the world of ‘No Exit’
There’s no escaping the pithy material in the Port Angeles Community Playhouse’s interpretation of Jean Paul Sartre’s “No Exit.” Director John Manno leads Sean Peck-Collier, playing Joseph Garcin, Julie Belling (Estelle Rigault) and Lola Hassan-Adams (Inés Serrano) into hell as the trio is trapped together for eternity in a small room. Here they must confront their past lives’ sins and each others’. The play also features Stephanie Gooch and music by Neil Paynter.
Performances run Dec. 14-16, with show times at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday at the playhouse, 1203 S. Laurel St. The one-act play is free, with donations accepted.
Manno said Sartre uses the characters’ struggles and turmoil as a metaphor for his own philosophies and how everyone must be authentic in order to truly live.
“An intense and powerful drama, its message is a fitting one for the Christmas season, urging us all to be honest and true to who we are,” he said.
For more information, call 452-6651.