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'Exit strategies'

At ART, a production looks at Sartre's existential landmark from new angles

By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / January 6, 2006

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Jerry Mouawad calls ''No Exit," Jean-Paul Sartre's 1944 one-act set in hell, ''a great play but not a good play." It's a landmark of existentialism, but it's verbose and repetitive. It's frequently cited but rarely staged. And it has a famous line -- ''Hell is other people" -- that doesn't quite mean what you think. (Full article: 1169 words)

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