Praise be, A.C.T. has managed to pull another hit out of their collective hat by way of Canadian theater company Electric Company Theatre, whose new and totally original re-imagining of Jean-Paul Sartre's No Exit deserves major praise. We'll stop harping on A.C.T. for not being able to pull off such inventive stuff with their own resources and company just this once — though they did score another win a couple months back with Clybourne Park, albeit directed by CalShakes' artistic director Jonathan Moscone, which just so happened to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama last week. Things are looking up, kids, and we're holding out hope that the big original production of the season, the upcoming Tales of the City musical premiering June 1, will not suck.