A bible-thumping shark
Makes a deal with a gullible mark.
Mix in money and power,
fleshly sins by the hour
And call it Molière in the Park!
If ever a play, written back in the day, knew exactly with what we’d be dealing.
It’s Tartuffe by Molière, 17th century fare, but the story is truly… revealing.
Join us in person and safely distanced, outside at Prospect Park’s LeFrak Center for our staged reading of TARTUFFE. It’s biting and funny, and so worth the money (j/k it’s totally free!)
With a diverse cast performing in a shimmering oasis under the stars, this
in-person Tartuffe will be a celebratory leap into the spring theater season.
Co-presented with French Institute Alliance Française, in partnership with LeFrak Center at Lakeside and Prospect Park Alliance.
Chris Henry Coffey
Director: Lucie Tiberghien
Translator: Richard Wilbur
Producer: Garth Belcon
Set Designer: Lina Younes
Lighting Designer: Stoli Stolnack
Costumes: Dina El-Aziz
Sound Engineer: Brendan Aanes
Production Manager: Thyra Hartshorn
Production Stage Manager: Madison Lane
Marketing & Advertising: Lisa Lewis
Marketing Associate: Nicole Breeden
Publicity: David Gibbs/DARR Publicity
Community Advocate: Kaliswa Brewster
Our 2021 season is made possible by the generous support of The DeGroot Foundation, The Evelyn Sharp Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Samira Wiley, Alex and Sybilla Balkanski and Elizabeth and Jonathan Weisswasser,