Tartuffe (a staged reading)
September 15 -24, 2017
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are bring your own price, where any size donation buys your admission. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
“You see him as a saint. I’m far less awed;
In fact, I see right through him. He’s a fraud.”
Banned when it was first presented, Molière’s Tartuffe is satire of religious hypocrisy at its funniest. Witness the hilarity as Tartuffe wreaks havoc on an unsuspecting family of French nobility. Will he get away with it? Find out when Gamut’s Stage Door Series presents a staged reading of this funny and prescient play by one of France’s most renowned and beloved playwrights.
Due to mature content, parental discretion is advised.
About The Stage Door Series:
The Stage Door Series complements and builds upon Gamut’s Mainstage season, through the presentation of engaging and educational productions that highlight the essential elements of theatre: the text, the story, and the action.
While the Stage Door Series maintains the professional theatrical standard of Gamut Theatre, all participation in Stage Door productions is volunteered, and admission for every production is by donation only, as defined by our motto: “Come as you are; pay what you will.”