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This fresh adaptation of Moliere's Tartuffe is a wicked new comedy set in a world of millionaires and mega-churches that rocks the foundations of trust, faith and redemption. Given just days to live, multi-millionaire Archibald Organdy rejects costly experimental treatment and opts to face his end surrounded by his loving family. His fate sealed, Archibald awaits his day of reckoning. But things could be about to change. Arriving in Atlanta from the deep, deep South, flamboyant Archbishop Tardimus Toof, a prophet, preacher and part-time masseur promises to absolve Archibald's sins and heal his disease. But his family suspect there's more to this devout healer than faith, virtue and snakeskin shoes...Performers Lucian Msamati (Archbishop Tardimus Toof), Sharon D Clarke (Lady Toof), Adjoa Andoh, Ayesha Antoine, Michelle Bonnard, Wil Johnson, Karl Queensborough, Angela Wynter.
Author Marcus Gardley. Producer Tricycle Theatre. Director Indhu Rubasingham. Design Tom Piper. Lighting Paul Anderson. Sound David McSeveney. Musical Director Nigel Lilley. Music Ben Ringham. Music Max Ringham. Director Coral Messam (movement director).
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