Yes, yes, yes, Hell is other people. We all get that. But what does it look like? Well, last night I went to see No Exit at the Curio Theatre Company. Even though I read J. P. Sartre's harrowing little posthumous fantasy, Good Lord!, it must be forty years ago, this is the first time I've seen it performed. I enjoyed it immensely.
And the answer to my question? It's triangular with a chessboard-patterned floor, a huge German expressionist door, and a gridwork of black strings separating it from the audience. Much praise to Paul Kuhn for a great design for an intimate (a total of 62 seats, with chairs on all three sides of the action) evening of theater.
And elsewhere on the Intertubes . . .
This comes straight from the streets of Babel. All I can say is, Joshua Allen Harris must be reading my dreams.