Existentialism (Off-Broadway, La MaMa / Ellen Stewart Theatre, 2024) | Playbill




Existentialism is an urgent, funny, and poetic work. It takes place in two small houses side by side in a vast space. A woman lives in one. A man in the other—a couple, both close and apart. In the course of their daily routines they grapple with the big question: how to create a meaningful life in a world where the only certainty is the inexorable passage of time.

Created and Directed by Anne Bogart
Scenic Design by Anna Kiraly
Lighting Design by Brian Scott
Costume Design by Darron West

Cast Includes Ellen Maddow, Paul Zimet


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