TARTUFFE

by Moliere 

Tartuffe is a charismatic who has been touched by God. He is a visionary. He practices religious devotion and self-sacrifice. He has fits. He converses with the divine. He can be very scary. Orgon invites him home to live with his family and introduces him to his beautiful wife Elmire…. what could possibly go wrong? Join us for Moliere’s brilliant comedy… October – November 2017

Low-Priced Previews ($18.50) on 10/21, 10/24, 10/25, 10/26

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For Group Sales Email: info@PhoenixTheatreEnsemble.org 

Performances @ The Wild Project @ 195 East 3rd Street (Avenue A and Avenue B)

Enjoy this interview of Craig Smith (Director) by our Dramaturg, Carrigan O’Brian

C Obrian Tartuffe Interview

THE WILD PROJECT “This eco-conscious 90-seat space is a standout, with its stunning wood-and-concrete construction (oozing with green technologies), sweet art gallery and even—when do you rhapsodize about this downtown?—a wonderful bathroom.” –Time Out

Transportation: By Subway: F Train to 2nd Avenue; by Bus A14 to 4th Street and Ave A; M9 on Ave C;  8th Street Crosstown. Parking: Edison ParkFast 167 Essex Street; (Right below Houston; Essex is Ave A below Houston)

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