This class will take place September 25 and October 2, 3:00-6:00p.m., at Spinster Books in Ashland.
What tickles the belly, rolls fun on the tongue, and transports us from the Northwoods of Wisconsin to 17th Century France? Moliere’s verse plays The Misanthrope and Tartuffe! Join us for a fun reading and discussion of both plays with parts for all. We will start some context on the impact of Jean Baptiste Poquelin Moliere’s satirical plays in his lifetime and consider why and how they’ve endured across time and cultures, and what resonates for us in both plays today, and then we jump into the play. Acting ability is not required, just the desire to take on a role!
Class registration includes a copy of a book containing both plays (The Misanthrope and Tartuffe).
Instructor: Parker Sterling
Offline Registration: Download PDF Registration Form, complete and mail in with payment.
Registration Questions? Contact FeUniversity or call (715) 892-3982 or (715) 476-2881.
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