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Of all human foibles love of living is the most powerful.

~ Moliere

Silenceless Radio : émission du 19/02/15

Le 19 février, Bouchon Magazine recevait la comédienne Kim Langlois, du Théâtre de l’Aléna, dans l’émission Silenceless Radio. Cette dernière est venue nous présenter le nouveau spectacle “Le Tartuffe”, une mise en scène de la célèbre pièce de Molière. 32 more words

Liège

The Art of the Chapter | The Millions
You want to know how weird and deep my rabbit hole goes? I’ve developed what I’ll call an eccentricity about chapters.  16 more words

Moliere Meets His Maker on This Date

The French playwright Moliere died on this date in 1673, just hours after performing the lead in his play Imaginary Invalid. Read the play in translation here:
http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/9070

Plays

Track Of The Day: Our Man In Berlin - Molière

It’s fair to say Australia has been doing all right in the music export business in recent times. Whilst you’d have to say most of it’s success has been found in the psychedelic realms – with bands like Pond, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard all flying the flag Kevin Parker and co implanted on the world with Tame Impala. 183 more words

Track Of The Day

Molière’s ‘The Miser’ premieres with a Dutch Caribbean cast

A post by Peter Jordens.

Dutch production company Van Engelenburg brings Molière’s comedic play The Miser back to Dutch theater, but this time with a completely Surinamese-Antillean cast – a first in Dutch theater history. 335 more words

Theater

Creeps, deceits and delusions collide in Molière's "Tartuffe" at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY

From Cambridge, New York comes news that the Hubbard Hall Theater Company is staging one of Moliere’s best known and loved comedies, Tartuffe. It is being directed by John Hadden, and will run weekends February 20 through March 15. 512 more words

Theatre