Callbacks by invitation Thursday, May 7, 6:30-9pm. Production dates July 24 to August 16.
Prepare a short monologue in “verse” (Shakespeare, Moliere) and be ready to cold read from the script. All roles other than gender specific characters can be performed by male or female actors. Non-Equity production. Info: director Tom Haine, [email protected]
Banned in Paris in 1667, Tartuffe is one of French playwright Moliere's best-loved comedies. A master villain of religious hypocrisy, Tartuffe worms his way into the household of Orgon, a 17th-century Parisian nobleman, and immediately sends the entire household into chaos.