The Miser (2004)

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Poster by Steve Marchant

by Molière

Directed by Paul Hurley

Performances: Tue 4th to Sat 8th May 2004, Bell Theatre


Moliere's raucous comedy remains as hilarious and fresh now as it was when he wrote it in 1668. A well-to-do household lives in fear of the skinflint ways of Harpagon (The Miser). Illicit love affairs, mistaken identities and frenetically farcical situations abound. This will be a very physical piece of theatre with a wide range of influences from commedia dell'arte through to pure slapstick.




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