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If somebody wrote a recipe for comedy, it was the great French playwright, Molière. Take one bourgeoisie household. Add one misguided husband, his interfering mother, one trophy wife, one wise-cracking maid and a pair of naive lovers. Stir vigorously with a pious stranger who isn’t quite as righteous as he would appear. Bring the mixture to a boil and then enjoy this zesty comic confection with the companion of your choice. Oh, and maybe a mint julep, because Prospect Theater Project has taken Miles Malleson’s free adaptation of this French comedy classic and set it in 1950’s New Orleans. Don’t miss this modern mash-up of the masterpiece that has set the standard for domestic comedy for almost 400 years. Join Prospect Theater Project and Gallo Center for the Arts (To Kill a Mockingbird
and The Grapes of Wrath
) and reserve your tickets today for this hilarious new look at Tartuffe