Wednesday, September 21st. 8pm. Two women and a man die and are interned together in a small, tawdry hotel room. With no need for sleep or possibility for distraction, the three of them spend their time hashing over their past, their regrets and shortcomings; squabbling over minutia and locked in subtle power games. It's then that they learn the terrible truth: that they are in Hell, and Hell is other people. Jacqueline Audry, the only woman to become a major director in France following WW2, infuses Jean-Paul Sartre's existential drama NO EXIT with sharp homoerotic overtones and meta-cinematic narrative. At the CLINTON STREET THEATER!