By Molière

June 29th, July 6th*, July 8th*, July 13th, July 15th, July 19th*, July 21st*, July 26th, and July 28th          

*Denotes Matinee 2:00 PM; Evening performances at 7:30 PM

When the kind, yet dim, Orgon invites a religious zealot named Tartuffe into his home, he has no idea that he has accepted a snake into his den. As the play unfolds, Orgon’s wife and son, through a series of deliciously vengeful tricks, succeed in exposing Tartuffe as one of the world’s most detestable hypocrites. Tartuffe is the most famous and admired play by Moliere, who is sometimes called the “Shakespeare of France.” 






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