Monday, June 14, 2010

Bringing Back Molière

"John Tyrrell gives Argan fluttery hands that are forever probing the state of his head, his heart, his pulse, his digestion, and lovingly fingering the pills and tinctures and compounds meant to cure his nonexistent ailments. It’s no surprise when we learn he wants to marry off his eldest child, Angelica (Libby Conkle), to an asinine young doctor just for the free medical care."
—The New York Times review of the production of Molière's "The Imaginary Patient" at The Schoolhouse Theater, through June 27.
Image: The New York Times

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