Three people from different walks of life are trapped in a room with no food, no sleep and no distractions. Is this the newest reality TV show? Actually, it's the classic existentialist play by Jean-Paul Sartre being staged this summer at ETSU. Dead Dinosaurs Productions in partnership with ETSU Theater Department is producing No Exit, Sartre's drama of a man and two women trapped in hell this June in ETSU's black box theater space
No Exit is directed by Brandon Stanbrough and designed by Dini Williams and Jordan Straight, all ETSU seniors. Mike Brown portrays Cradeau, Megan Blevins can be seen as Inez, Angela Stanbrough is Estelle, and finally Maury Reed rounds out the cast as the Bellhop
“No Exit is a fascinating tale of humanity’s struggle to find themselves in a meaningless existence.” Brandon Stanbrough, founder of Dead Dinosaur Productions, says. “I really think that there is something in this play for everyone and I’m every excited to be able to stage this.”
Performances of No Exit run June 26 and 27 at 7:30 pm, with a matinee performance on the 28th at 2:30 pm. Seating is open, but space is limited. Go to www.deaddino.org to make reservations.