Tartuffe by Molière

8:00pm EST February 12, 2015

Location: Oscar E. Remick Heritage Center for the Performing Arts - Strosacker Theatre

Adapted from the French by Amlin Gray
Alma College Theatre
Directed by Joe Jezewski
    Plays Thursday, February 12 thru
    Saturday, February 14 at 8:00
    and Sunday, February 15 at 3:00

Molière wrote Tartuffe in 1664 and almost immediately following its first performance it was censored by King Louis XIV. It is the world’s most famous scoundrel’s story. The comic genius Molière weaves a tale of naiveté, religious hypocrisy and the triumphant victory of good over evil – and all in rhyming couplets in this dazzling new adaptation/translation by Amlin Gray. This famous farce is a cautionary tale told with lightning-quick wit, complete with star-crossed lovers, a badgering grandma and a plot that could be ripped from the headlines – or a Saturday night comedy show.


Tickets:  $10 adults; $5 seniors 62+; Alma College staff, students, and youth 18 and under are free; reserved seating.

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