Tartuffe by Moliere
Banned as blasphemous on its first performance in 1664, Moliere's timeless comedy is as relevant today as in the seventeenth century. Televangelists, abusive father-figures and dishonest politicians are foreshadowed in Moliere's comedy, but its underlying seriousness never dampens his irrepressible gaiety, as clever servants and wise wives help to keep in balance a world threatened by maniacal fathers and cunning knaves.
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