November 2016, Volume 20, Number 5

Cultural Spotlight

Tartufo presented by North Campus' Actors Arena
Tartufo presented by North Campus' Actors Arena

Mighty Moliere

North Campus’ Actors Arena recently presented Tartufo, a Spanish version of one of Molière’s most beloved comedies. Originally called Tartuffe, in French, and later The Impostor in its English adaptation, MDC’s Tartufo remained faithful to Molière’s 17th century work by telling the tale of a swindler who pretends to be pious in an attempt to marry the daughter of the wealthy landowner Orgon while simultaneously trying to seduce his wife.

The popular piece, directed by Max Ferrá, packed North Campus’  Lehman Theatre for the three consecutive weekends when it was presented free of charge to all in the community.

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