Genre: Drama
Written by Jean-Paul Sartre, Adapted by Paul Bowles, Directed by Mino Lora

Imagine being trapped in a small room with two questionable strangers. Forever.

People's Theatre Project presents No Exit, a fast-paced, frightening, and darkly funny cautionary tale of three poor souls who made some bold choices in life. This odd threesome quickly assumes they are in Hell, but are they? Have the choices we made in the past somehow sealed our eternal fate, or can we take action now and control our own destiny? NO EXIT encourages us to consider the choices we make and what might happen if we don’t.

About the Company: People's Theatre Project

People’s Theatre Project is committed to providing exciting new and classic works of theatre to the public in both English and Spanish. As a home for our passionate ensemble of artists, we firmly believe in theatre as a means for social change and are committed to creating a more just and peaceful world through powerful art. Through performance, education and outreach we aim to restore community and foster dialogue among people of diverse ages, cultures and economic backgrounds. In this spirit, all productions are "Pay-What-You-Can".

Open:   12/18/08
Close:   12/20/08

Thursday, December 18th at 7pm
Friday, December 19th at 8pm
Saturday, December 20th at 8pm
Theater:   Arthur Seelen Theatre
Address:   250 West 40th Street
New York, NY
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Cost:Pay What You Can
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Saluda Camp (Estelle) is thrilled to be a part of People’s Theatre Project’s inaugural production! For The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey Saluda has acted in three seasons; favorite roles include Mary Bennet in the world premiere of Pride and Prejudice, Portia in Julius Caesar and Armande in Moliere’s The Learned Ladies. Other regional credits: Connecticut Free Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost (Prof. Holly Furness), the East Coast premiere of Steven Peros’ The Cat’s Meow (Marion Davies), and the world premiere of The Count of Monte Cristo (Mercedes). For National Theater of the Performing Arts, Saluda toured nationally in five seasons; favorite roles include Roxane in Cyrano de Bergerac, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet and Lucille in Moliere’s The Would-Be Gentleman. Favorite NYC roles include Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Masha in The Three Sisters. Film and Television: Walt Whitman for PBS’ American Experience (young Whitman’s lover) and Bite (Cannes Short Film Festival 2008). Saluda trained at Mountview Theatre School in London.

Mark Friedlander (Bellboy) is thrilled to be making his NYC debut with People’s Theatre Project. He recently completed a run as Decius Brutus/Soothsayer in Portland Stage Company’s production of Julius Caesar, and was seen this summer as Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing with Connecticut Free Shakespeare. Other regional credits include: Dumaine, Love’s Labour’s Lost (CFS); Sebastian, Twelfth Night (PSC Affiliate Artists); George Gibbs, Our Town (Children’s Theatre of Maine). National tours include: Romeo, Romeo and Juliet (National Theatre AE); Ponyboy, The Outsiders (NTAE); Jonas, The Giver (NTAE). Mark would like to thank Mino and Bob for this opportunity, and his family and friends for their love, prayers, and support.

Jared Reinmuth (Cradeau) is thrilled to be a part of People's Theatre Project’s inaugural season and to be working with such a talented cast. Recently, he performed The Raven as Edgar Allen Poe at The Players Club and portrayed Jesus Christ in Les Freres Cobusier’s Hell House directed by Alex Timbers(Drama Desk Nominee, Outstanding Unique Theatrical Experience). Nationally, Jared toured for six seasons with National Theater for Arts and Education as the title roles in Don Quixote and Cyrano de Bergerac, Athos in The Three Musketeers, Dorante in The Would-Be Gentleman and Cleante in the Imaginary Invalid. International credits include the Dionysian International Theatre Festival in Veroli, Italy and An American Prayer, his one-man show in Geneva, Switzerland. As a founding member of The Treville Players he played the title role in his adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo. Other credits include Cyrano de Bergerac; Connecticut Free Shakespeare, Dracula; Loew's Theatre in Jersey City, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead; Killington Renaissance Festival, and The Passion of Dracula; Tri-State Actors Theater. Jared is eternally grateful to the love of his life, Saluda.

Mino Lora is Co-Founder of People’s Theatre Project and directing No Exit. Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, Mino began her career as a company member of Teatro Chicharra. She moved to NY in 2000 and acted Off-Broadway as a company member for Irondale Ensemble Project in Murals of Rockefeller Center and Outside the Law. Mino toured nationally in Romeo and Juliet and Cyrano de Bergerac. For Connecticut Free Shakespeare she has appeared in As You Like It, Love's Labour's Lost and Cyrano de Bergerac and assisted director Ellen Lieberman with their production of Much Ado About Nothing. In NY, Mino has directed productions of Don Quixote, The Tempest, As You Like It and Twelfth Night. She has taught in South Africa and throughout NYC’s public and private schools with teaching artist agencies Arts Genesis, Hospital Audiences, Dreamyard Project and Global Camps Africa. She studied at Oxford’s British American Drama Academy, has a BA in Theater and English Literature from Manhattanville College and is currently pursuing her MA in Irenic Studies (Peace Studies and Conflict Transformation) at The Graduate Institute. She is happily married to her business and life partner Bob Braswell.


Bob Braswell is Co-Founder of People's Theatre Project and is producing No Exit. As an actor he has worked with The Actor's Company Theatre (TACT) in NYC and toured nationally with Romeo and Juliet as Romeo and four seasons of A Christmas Carol with John Astin. Regional work includes playing Richard Miller in Eugene O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness! at Baltimore's CENTERSTAGE; The Diary of Anne Frank at the Denver Center Theatre Company; Shakespeare's R&J at St Louis Repertory; Holiday Memories at the Huntington Theatre Company; The Unexpected Guest and Pride's Crossing at the Fulton Opera House; and The Youth Ink! Play Festival at The McCarter Theatre Center. He can be seen in the upcoming film Uncertainty. Bob studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and graduated with a BFA from Boston University. Bob is very lucky to collaborate with the love-of-his-life, Mino.