Theater and Film Work

Theater and Film Consultations by Dr. Freeman:

American Repertory Theater:

Marat/Sade. Worked throughout the rehearsal period on character development with all 37 members of the cast.

American Repertory Theater Institute:

Come Tu Mi Vuoi. Worked with actors.

Actors Shakespeare Project:

Developed and moderated panel. Entertaining Violence. Coordinated with scenes performed from coincident production of Titus Andronicus.

Mud/Bone Company workshop production: 

Liminal. Script and improvisation consultant.

The Psych Drama Company:

Hamlet. Artistic and psychological consultant.

No Exit. Artistic and psychological consultant.

A Streetcar Named Desire. Character consultant.

Almost You

(film). Script consultation.

Theater and Film Discussions led by Dr. Freeman:

Actors’ Shakespeare Project.

Titus Andronicus, Othello, Hamlet

Theater Communications Group:

National Meeting: Psychoanalysis and Theater, Shared Origins, Shared Dilemmas

American Repertory Theater:

Ivanof, Enrico IV, Marat/Sade, Uncle Vanya, Pericles, Desire Under the Elms.

The Psych Drama Company:

Hamlet, No Exit, A Streetcar Named Desire 

Coolidge Theater:

Off the Couch Series: Unmade Beds, Va Savoir, Pecker, Lives of Others, The Counterfeiters, Italian for Beginners. Pat Garret and Billy the Kid.

Coolidge Theater:

Science on Screen Series: Marnie.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston:

Exterminating Angels, Princess Marie

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston:

Jewish Film Series: 51 Birch Street.


(NPR affiliate): On Air Reviews: Eyes Wide Shut, Magnolia, as well as others.

Open Source with Christopher Lyden:

Entertaining Violence: Titus Andronicus.

Artistic and Psychological Consultant

The Psych Drama Company 2012-2015


The Witches of Macbeth

Staged readings in collaboration with The Psych Drama Company, New York 2015, Boston 2015.

Staged reading in collaboration with actors from The Actors Shakespeare Project, Boston 2015.

Adaptations: Disquistions on Psychoanalysis

by Phillip Freeman, M.D., D.M.H.

 A Chronicle of the Efforts of Modern Psychoanalysts to Hold onto Their Dignity while Adapting to the Marketplace.

A compilation of ten monologues in print and on CD.Hans Sachs Archives/Word Association Press, 2007, 91 pages.  

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