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Richard Wilbur's masterful translation of Moliere's wryly personal comedy begs the question: Can love really be this blind?
The Misanthrope follows the hilariously thorny love life of the irascible Alceste and the coquettish Célimène, who put the concept of “opposites attract” to the ultimate test.
Richard Wilbur’s masterful translation of Molière’s wryly personal comedy begs the question: Can love really be this blind?
Performances from 14 Jan 2011
Closing 20 Feb 2011
All evening performances begin at 7:30pm
Evening performances will finish at approximately 9:35pm
All matinee performances begin at 2:30pm
Matinee performances will finish at approximately 4:35pm
Opening night: 14 January 2011
Closing night: 20 February 2011
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