Freud’s Last Session
A play by Mark St. Germain
Directed by Robert Jarman
Set Design by Kath Chapman
Photography by Kath Chapman

Performed by Michael Edgar and Chris Hamley

Performed at the Earl Arts Centre, Princess Theatre, Launceston from 6th - 8th April 2017
Performed at the Backspace, Theatre Royal, Hobart from 26th August - 3rd September 2016

'Freud’s Last Session' centres on legendary psychoanalyst Dr. Sigmund Freud who invites the young, rising Oxford Don C.S. Lewis to his home in London. On the day England enters World War Two, Freud and Lewis clash about love, sex, the existence of God, and the meaning of life, just weeks before Freud took his own life.

Read the Stage Whispers review on the Hobart Season of the show here.

Praise for 'Freud's Last Session' Hobart Season:

"Have just gotten back from the opening night and thoroughly enjoyed myself. A funny, touching, and indeed thought provoking piece."

"Michael Edgar and Chris Hamley brought the text alive, and on a very rich set provided a compelling exchange that seemed over all too soon."

"Excellently developed.. dramatic.. very well staged.. Well done to the team at Hamley Productions on their inaugural show. What a great way to set off."

"Its a wonderful script and the men do it justice.. Congratulations, to all, on Hamley Productions brilliant premiere work! Masterful, comical, inspiring and brilliant!”
"Thoroughly enjoyed this entertaining and stimulating play. It's a superbly written, surprisingly funny piece.. The set is gorgeous and the whole production is very well done -- my friend who also saw it in NYC preferred this Hobart production. Really, don't miss it."
“Caught this show last night. A well-structured and contained script that served as a great showcase for the range and talent of Chris Hamley and Michael Edgar. The production was beautifully staged and utilized the Backspace really effectively.”
“Thank you Kath for your warm welcome last night to the 3 Sydney visitors. We really enjoyed the polished performance. Reading the bios of Chris and Michael revealed that we had stumbled upon a hidden gem and their interpretation of this play was fantastic. It provoked all sorts of post performance.. We wish Hamley Productions all the best for future success.”