No Exit

Critical reception

The play was widely praised when it was first performed. Upon its 1946 American premiere at the Biltmore Theatre, critic Stark Young described the play as "a phenomenon of the modern theatre – played all over the continent already," in The New Republic and wrote that "It should be seen whether you like it or not."[4]

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