Review of Tartuffe by Wayward Theatre Company

Quote of the Day: A few choice lines from Moliere’s play Tartuffe, translation/adaption by Prudence Steiner, produced by the Wayward Theatre Company at the James J. Hill House in St. Paul, MN, a perfect setting for this play about rich fools and the charlatan’s who woo them. You respect a mask as if it were a real face.  You’ve been dazzled by his pretentious behavior Infuriating people is my greatest joy. There’s a wolf in gentleman’s clothing, and he’s living right here in the big house, eating our food, sleeping in our beds, seducing our women, and beguiling our men....

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