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The religious hypocrite Tartuffe has wormed his way into the once ordered household and vulnerable heart of substantial merchant Orgon. Under the guise of piety, he looks set to succeed in driving away the son, marrying the daughter, seducing the wife, imprisoning Orgon and leaving the family destitute. Railed against as a sacrilegious outrage by the Church, the play was banned from public performance by Louis XIV in 1664. Moliere's famous comedy is transported to the modern-day West Midlands in this new spectacular productionPerformers Mark Williams, Paul Hunter (Orgon), Janice Connolly (Madame Pernell), Sian Brooke (Elmire), Dinita Gohil (Mariane), Ayesha Antoine (Dorine), Calum Finlay (Valere), Martin Hyder (Cleante), Ashley Kumar (Damis), Roderick Smith (Officer).
Author Moliere. Company Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company. Director Roxana Silbert. Design Liz Ascroft. Lighting Chahine Yavroyan. Sound Max Ringham. Sound Ben Ringham.
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