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Peaky Blinders star Paul Anderson makes his West End debut in Tartuffe

Paul Anderson and Audrey Fleurot will star in the West End’s first ever dual language production: a new adaptation of Moliere’s Tartuffe. Adaptor Christopher Hampton and director Gerald Garutti have reimagined this 1600s French classic as a darkly comic story of human frailties set in present-day L.A. 500 palabras más

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Cryptoquote Spoiler - 03/05/18

“It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do.”   —   Moliere

(Strangely enough, this appears to be our first Moliere quotation, since I’ve been posting these spoilers.  28 palabras más


The Very Bad Audition

When we are young, a lot of experiences can both open our eyes and open paths to our future.  In the end, nothing we do is really all that inconsequential.  960 palabras más



Our wine correspondent, Jim Walker, had searched high and low for a top notch Beaujolais to add to his stable of fine wines. He found one at last … but it came with a rather nasty surprise. 1.803 palabras más


Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Molière - Tartuffe

Born on January 15, 1622, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, was best known by his stage name Moliere and became famed as a French playwright and actor prior to death on February 17, 1673.  109 palabras más

Thought For The Day

J'aime Mieux Un Vice Commode Qu'une Fatigante Vertu

It’s Friday and therefore time for my regular doodle, which this week continues the theme I started last week of producing portraits of some of history’s greatest literary and cultural figures. 80 palabras más


Theater Week - Sky Light


A listing of Triangle theater performances
through February 5, 2018



* Buy My Soul and Call It Art – Performance art exhibition created by Monét Noelle Marshall exploring the relationship between Black performance and mainstream arts spaces, the emotional labor of Black artists, the importance of Black joy, and the connection between the slave market and the arts market. 487 palabras más

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