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Limited Editions Club: Tartuffe and The Would-Be Gentleman by Moliere (1963)

Tartuffe and The Would-Be Gentleman by Moliere (1963)
LEC # 349/31st Series V.4
Sandglass Number XI:28
Artwork: Drawings by Serge Ivanoff
Translated by H. Baker and J. 994 more words


Eight Plays by Molière (Translated by Morris Bishop)


Somehow missed out on reading Tartuffe when I was a younger cheese, since I managed to escape high school without it landing on a required reading list. 507 more words

Review: Tartuffe

Book Review
4 out of 5 stars to Tartuffe a play written in 1664 by Molière. I read this play as part of a course on Theatre and Drama several years ago. 321 more words

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Coming up this week are reviews on Corpses of the Future by Lynn Crosbie, The Baker’s Secret by Stephen P. Kiernan, Under the Mesquite by Guadalupe Garcia McCall, and  67 more words

A Year of Dance: 1661

I have been writing a great deal around the 300th anniversary of John Weaver’s The Loves of Mars and Venus – the first modern ballet. Weaver was, of course, indebted to the dancing of earlier periods and I would like to return to one of my other strands within… 480 more words

Baroque Dance

Decorticate Genius & Laughing Ferrymen

One of the best things, in the world of books and ideas, is to hear a passionate lecture by someone who knows a style, an author, a field, a book. 370 more words

Don Juan in Soho at the Wyndham's Theatre review ****

Don Juan in Soho

Wyndham’s Theatre, 22nd May

Get this. The programme says that since a Spanish dramatist, Tirso di Molina, first brought Don Juan to the world in around 1620 he has appeared in at least 1,800 plays, operas, novels, films and poems. 954 more words