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The Learned Ladies

by Molière
translated by Richard Wilbur
directed by Charles Newell

Mar 25, 2000 — May 28, 2000

Who or what is really running this 17th century, bourgeois household exploding with chaotic obsessions? Chrysale is a man who has always avoided exercising his authority as husband and father. His wife Philaminte, has in turn not only filled the dominant position in the family but also turned her home into an academy and salon of learning. Their daughter’s innocent love affair struggles to survive in a household where passion for learning eclipses all else and sets the stage for another wickedly funny satire by Molière.

In Rotating Repertory with Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards.

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