On Monday, January 29th 2018, Class 21-12 A presented No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre at Prof. DR. Djajusman Auditorium & Performance Hall. The class is currently under the guidance of Mr. Khiva Rayanka, S.Si and her assistant Mr. Fadli Hafizan S, M.Ikom.
This theater tells about three damned souls, Joseph Garcin, Inès Serrano, and Estelle Rigault, are brought to the same room in hell and locked inside by a mysterious valet. They had all expected torture devices to punish them for eternity, but instead find a plain room furnished in the style of the French ‘Second Empire’.
At first, none of them will admit the reason for their damnation. Garcin says that he was executed for being a pacifist, while Estelle insists that a mistake has been made by Inès, however, is the only one to demand that they all stop lying to themselves and confess to their moral crime.
Garcin sugggests that they try to leave each other alone and to be silent, but Inès starts to sing about an execution and Estelle vainly wants to find a mirror to check on her appearance. Inès tries to seduce Estelle by offering to be her “mirror” by telling her everything she sees, but ends up fight with her instead. It is soon clear that Inès is attracted to Estelle, Estelle is attracted to Garcin, and Garcin is not attracted to either of the two women. (Citra/Cut)