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The playbill for Taylor University’s Spring 1976 performance of No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartés. In French the term is the equivalent of the legal term “in camera”, which refers to a private discussion behind closed doors.
No Exit is the story of three strangers set in a nicely furnished room in Hell, where they are set to torment each other through their perceptions of their fellow prisoners.
drama, Hell, existentialism, homosexuality, sexuality, sin, punishment
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"No Exit" (1976). Taylor Theatre Playbills. 243.