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Tartuffe

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Tartuffe one of the most famous theatrical comedies by Molière. This play follows  the bumbling Orgon a middle-aged fool from high society who falls under the spell of charlatan Tartuffe.  Orgon with pious aspirations, though secretly more interested in sex and money is a gullible man.  An easy target for Tartuffe who persuades him to let him marry his daughter.  Click here and read my event listing for a new translation directed by Maggie Scott and written in prose by David Nicholson opening in Sydney soon.  Thanks to those that click through to my article. 🙂

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