Moliere’s “The Imaginary Invalid” at Seattle Rep

8 Mar

 

Directed by David Schweizer, this outrageous comedy pairs nicely with the Seattle Shakespeare’s production of Moliere’s “The Miser”, playing concurrently. Moliere must be the fashionable figure this year to bring back from the dead– move aside Shakespeare!

The Imaginary Invalid:
Molière’s zany satire on the world of medicine—the questionable cures and the costs—is a swirl of romantic triangles, double entendres and mistaken identities. To quell his growing pile of medical bills, Monsieur Argan, a chronic hypochondriac, will go to any length to marry his daughter off to a doctor. Of course, his daughter has other ideas. Constance Congdon gives this Molière classic is a full dose of her own brand of pure hilarity.

The show runs until March 22nd at the Bagley Wright Theatre at the Seattle Center’s Repertory Theatre. Tickets can be purchased at:
http://www.seattlerep.org/SeasonPlays08/ShowII.html
or by calling, (206) 443-2222

All tickets ONLY $10 to those under 25 yrs! What a steal! (or utterly miserly as Moliere would have it!)

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