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Final Analysis is set in turn-of-the-century Viennathe crossroads of civilizationa major confluence of art, music, science and politics. But, festering beneath the façade of frivolity and joy, the city is rotting at its core, sickened by moral corruption, obsessed with death, and ravaged by a growing hatred of the Jews. Against this background Gustav Mahler, the great composer and conductor, falls in love with the talented, tempestuous Alma Schindler; Joseph Stalin meets a dangerous young man over a game of chess; Ludwig Wittgenstein, destined to become a dominant force in world philosophy, runs into an old schoolmate with unpleasant consequences, and in the midst of this, Sigmund Freud faces what he has always deniedthe essential evil nature of man.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Oct. 5, 2013.

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Previews: Aug 8, 2013 • Closing: Oct 5, 2013
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Venue

Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at the Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10019
Hearing Assistance
Assisted listening devices for each theater per ADA requirements. Devices can be found in the central lobby prior to every performance.
Wheelchair Access
Fully wheelchair accessible.
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Story

Final Analysis is set in turn-of-the-century Vienna -- the crossroads of civilization -- a major confluence of art, music, science and politics. But, festering beneath the façade of frivolity and joy, the city is rotting at its core, sickened by moral corruption, obsessed with death, and ravaged by a growing hatred of the Jews. Against this background -- Gustav Mahler, the great composer and conductor, falls in love with the talented, tempestuous Alma Schindler; Joseph Stalin meets a dangerous young man over a game of chess; Ludwig Wittgenstein, destined to become a dominant force in world philosophy, runs into an old schoolmate with unpleasant consequences, and in the midst of this, Sigmund Freud faces what he has always denied -- the essential evil nature of man.

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Cast

Ezra Barnes
Gustav Mahler
Elizabeth Jasicki
Alma Maria
Gannon McHale
Sigmund Freud
Tony Naumovski
Joseph Dzhugashvili
Michael Satow
Ludwig Wittgenstein

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Written by
Otho Eskin
Director
Ludovica Villar-Hauser
Set Designer
Lee Savage
Lighting Designer
Joyce Liao
Costume Designer
Jenny Green
Sound Designer
Jill BC DuBoff
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