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Tartuffe Performance at UCSB

Tartuffe

by Molière, directed by Tom Whitaker

Dates: 02/17/12 – 02/25/12
Location: Performing Arts Theater (No late seating)
Cost: $13/Student, Seniors, UCSB Faculty & Staff; $17/General Admission
Contact: email

To Buy Tickets: http://www.theaterdance.ucsb.edu/events_publicD.php?PerformanceID=433

Tartuffe is Molière’s most famous comedy. The play is set in the home of the wealthy Monsieur Orgon–into whose household the imposter Tartuffe has insinuated himself, posing as Orgon’s spiritual guide and moral censor. Tartuffe attempts to marry Orgon’s daughter, seduce his wife, and steal his estate. Will Tartuffe be exposed before his machinations succeed?

Feb 17 @ 8pm, opening
Feb 18 @ 2pm & 8pm
Feb 19 @ 2pm
Feb 21-24 @ 8pm
Feb 25 @ 2pm

Performing Arts Theater, UCSB campus
(No late seating)

Tickets for the department’s Winter Quarter productions will be on sale in January 9, 2012.

The department’s productions are not targeted to children.

If you have special needs due to a disability, please contact our
department at (805) 893-3022.

Season schedule subject to change.

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