Molière's Tartuffe

By: 
Paul Weidner (a new translation)
Directed By: 
Charles E. Gerber

Thurs - Sat, Jan 13-15, 8pm
Sun, Jan 16 3pm

Thurs - Sat, Jan 20-22, 8pm
Sun, Jan 23, 3pm

Mon, Jan 24, 8pm

Thurs - Sat, Jan 27-29, 8pm

A Main Stage Production
In The Main Stage Theater
Ticket Prices: 

$18; $15-Students/Seniors

Closes: 
Sat, 01/29/2011

The age-old tradition of religious hypocrisy gets freshly skewered in this new version of the timeless comedy, reinterpreted by renowned Man of the Theater, Paul Weidner.

Cast: 

Kelly Anne Burns*
Daniel Damiano
Ellen Dolan*
Dee Dee Friedman*
Charles E. Gerber*
Ken Glickfeld*
David M. Mead*
Gerrianne Raphael*
Mike Smith Rivera*
Natalie Smith
Bill Tatum*
Jonathan Weber

Scenic Design: David M. Mead
Costume Design: Sharon Thompson
Lighting Design: Duane Pagano
Sound Design: Janie Bullard

Production Stage Manager: Evan Bernardin
Assistant Stage Manager: Christopher Hlinka

Special Assistant to the Director: Patrice Miller

Coordinating Producer: David M. Mead
Publicist: Stephen Sunderlin, Sun Productions


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This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department Of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.


WorkShop Theater Company
312 West 36th Street,
Fourth Floor East
New York, NY 10018
Between 8th and 9th Avenues

Click here for directions


A Note From Moni Yakim

Dear Charles [E. Gerber, Director of and Actor in],

About Show: 
Molière's Tartuffe

From Dr. Elizabeth A. Pallitto, Faith University, January 31, 2011

I am just writing to let you know how much we (my students and I) enjoyed the production of Tartuffe directed by Charles Gerber.

About Show: 
Molière's Tartuffe

WorkShop Theater's 'Tartuffe' is funny and modern

Everything in and about the production fits...the splendid acting ensemble combine to present a timeless look and an opportunity to laugh at human gullibility and weakness...it's all an awful lot o

Journalist: 
Gene Kilik - Town & Village
About Show: 
Molière's Tartuffe

you will not be disappointed...what makes this play work is the groove the ensemble can get going

Paul Weidner’s translation, with its political edge, its humor, and its moral lessons, is necessary and timely. If you’re a fan of Tartuffe you will not be disappointed.

Journalist: 
Leslie Bramm
About Show: 
Molière's Tartuffe
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