Richard Greenberg's World Premiere Comedy from the South Coast Rep
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All offers for A Girl on the Appian Way have expired.
The last date listed for A Girl on the Appian Way was Wednesday April 27, 2005 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Segerstrom Stage, South Coast Repertory:
- Full Price:
- $43.00 - $56.00
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Banned in Paris in 1664, Tartuffe is one of Moliere's best loved -- and most clever -- comedies. It's also the play that help put South Coast Repertory on the map more than three centuries later. Few scoundrels are as roguish, charming or hilarious as Tartuffe, an impostor who insinuates himself into the home of Orgon and his family, quickly throwing the entire household into chaos. As Orgon's infatuation with his guest and his phony piety grows, Tartuffe's deception threatens to turn downright destructive in this beloved comic masterpiece. Learn More
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Richard Greenberg is the author of six previous SCR world premieres: The Violet Hour, Everett Beekin, Hurrah at Last, Three Days of Rain (Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award; Pulitzer Prize finalist; Olivier, Drama Desk and Hull-Warriner nominations), Night and Her Stars and The Extra Man. His most recent play, Take Me Out, travelled from London to New York in the first co-production of the Donmar Warehouse and The Public Theater, and transfered to Broadway in early 2003 where it won the Tony Award for Best Play. His other plays include The Dazzle (Outer Critics Circle Award, Lucille Lortel and John Gassner nominations), The American Plan, Life Under Water and The Author's Voice. In 2001, his adaptation of Strindberg's Dance of Death on Broadway, starred Ian McKellen, Helen Mirren and David Straithairn. He is a winner of the Oppenheimer Award and the first winner of the PEN/Laura Pels Award for a playwright in mid-career.
Adult themes and language.