The complicated and multi-layered relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud is put under the microscope (and on the couch) in the world premiere production of Jon Carter's dramatic and introspective work Where Three Roads Meet, directed by Will Warren.
In 1906 at the age of 50, Sigmund Freud, revered by his peers as the reigning sovereign of the field of psychiatry, finds his professional heir in Carl Jung, whom Freud sees not only a mirror to his own psychoanalytic theories, but also as embodying in his physical being and personal life exactly what Freud longs to recapture. Jung, dazzled to blindness by Freud's ultimate flattery, at first gladly accepts his anointing as Freud's protégé, but the younger man carries ambitions of his own that diverge from his mentor's.
Part of the Seventh Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival.
Friday, July 21st at 6pm
Saturday, July 22nd at 11am
Monday, July 24th at 8:15pm
Tuesday, July 25th at 8:15pm
Friday, July 28th at 3:30pm
Sunday, July 30th at 1pm