Spend June with a comic genius! Join us for a month-long celebration of Molière, whose scathing comic dramas are as hilarious and true as ever. Each week, an ensemble of New York actors will perform his works as radio dramas. Come prepared for belly laughs and blushes.
Lovers’ Quarrels is Molière’s second verse comedy, premiering in 1656 with the author playing the role of the irascible Albert. It’s a madcap story of petty jealousy and comic deception where marriage comes before love and many tricks add up to a treat.
Directed by Sarah Montague and featuring Richard Easton, Elizabeth Hess, Sean McNall, Charlotte Parry, Amanda Quaid and Steven Rattazzi.