"La Bete" by David Hirson
In 1654, there is an upheaval in a famous French acting troupe when a boorish street performer is forced upon the troupe, upsetting its renowned and artistically-principled leader. This inventive and remarkably funny play makes it seem as if Moliere had returned to the present day.
This comedy was nominated for five Tony Awards and won the Olivier Award for "Best Comedy of the Year" in London!
"There are lots of laughs...and Hirson's way with a couplet...is smart and amusing." --NY Post
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