Genre: Drama
By Marvin Lifschitz Directed by Tom Bloom

Is Sigmund Freud going crazy? Obsessed with a beautiful female patient, he dreams of killing her lover. Falling in love proves a major distraction for Freud while he prepares to duel his rival, the mad Dr. Otto Brotto, for the very survival of psychoanalysis. FREUDIAN SLIPS asks, "What's an analyst to do?"

Marvin Lifschitz (Playwright) is a licensed psychoanalyst and practices in New York City and Westchester. He is on the faculty, supervisor, and training analyst at The Institute For Expressive Analysis, and the Westchester Institute For Training in Psychoanalysis. As a boy in Jersey City, he created dramatic and comedic stories for friends and relatives. He has written comedy for various groups and has also written a screenplay, The Evil Inclination, and another play Eternal Life. He is a published author of two books on psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

Preview:   01/24/09
Open:   02/01/09
Close:   02/15/09

Tues, Weds, Thurs at 7:00pm, Fri & Sat at 8:00pm and Sat & Sun at 2:00pm. The official opening night performance is on Sunday, February 1 at 5:00pm.
Theater:   Abingdon Theater, Dorothy Strelsin Thr
Address:   312 West 36th Street, First Floor
New York, NY 10018
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