Tartuffe, by Molière, translated by Chris Campbell
Tartuffe, a falsely pious fraud, cons Orgon into promising his daughter Mariane's hand in marriage, as well as the deed to the family estate. The rest of the family must expose Tartuffe and save the family's home as hijinks ensue. Brighten your winter evenings with a little madcap Molière!
Unity Somerville, 6 William Street, Somerville.
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|Friday||February 24, 2017||8 pm|
|Saturday||February 25, 2017||2 pm and 8 pm|
|Thursday||March 2, 2017||8 pm|
|Friday||March 3, 2017||8 pm|
|Saturday||March 4, 2017||2 pm|
|Mrs. Pernelle||Sue Downing|
The Production Team
|Tech Director||Shelley MacAskill|
|Stage Manager||Katie Aasland|
|Set Dresser||Shazza Gilbert|
|Costume Designer||Renée Johnson Walsh|
|Makeup Designer||Mary Parker|
|Lighting Designer||Ryan Walsh|
|Sound Designer||Jaime Matheny|
|Graphic Designer||Hatem Adell|
|Publicity Team||Stephanie Haddad|