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November 14-17
Blackbox Theater

Directed by Dr. David Klein

What happens when a huckster exploits a man's religious fervor for personal gain? Our re-imagining of the classic play explores this timeless subject through the lens of the 1950's American South. Tartuffe, the huckster, has ingratiated himself with the patriarch of the house, Orgon. Orgon is wholly taken with Tartuffe, going so far as to promise his daughter's hand in marriage to him. The "righteous" man, who is anything but, is clever but is he savvy enough to keep the ruse up? Find out in this witty comedy by the great playwright, Molière.

Tickets are now on sale. Tartuffe performs November 14-17, in the Blackbox Theater @ 7 PM. The Box Office (located in the Main Theater lobby) is now open between 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM every school day. Tickets are $17 for adults, $12 for children (6th grade and under). Faculty and students may receive one free ticket only at the Box Office.

Earlier Event: October 25
The Addams Family
Later Event: February 21
A Midsummer Night's Dream