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Thu Oct 16 18:04:15 2014 UTClccn-n20090414770.50L'école des femmes : comedie /0.831.00Tartuffe91031104n 2009041477De Rigault, Jeanlccn-n95100135Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n2009066277Lisner Auditorium (Organization : Washington, D.C.)lccn-n2009052348Tréteau de Parislccn-n80089859Association française d'action artistiquelccn-no2001022848Gasc, Yveslccn-n00115368Marcy, Robertcomposerlccn-n85011997Théâtre du Vieux-Colombierlccn-n79065951Marceau, Marcellccn-n2002075493Sanchez, Paullccn-no98008222Hayes, Patrick1909-1998Rigault, Jean deDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcExaminations, questions, etcFrench dramaFranceMan-woman relationshipsGuardian and wardÉcole des femmes (Molière)French drama (Comedy)Molière,French languageSaintsbury, George,French language--Study and teachingConventsFrench language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakersAdulteryFrench language--Study and teaching (Higher)195619611968636842.4PQ183233ocn611029899book19681.00TartuffeWashington Performing Arts Society, Todd Duncan, president, Patrick Hayes, managing director presents Le Treteau de Paris (direction: Jean de Rigault) in "Le Tartuffe, ou l'imposteur," comedy by Moliere, staged by Yves Gasc, scenery by Yves Gasc, costumes by Jacques Mornas, under the sponsorship of the government of the French Republic with the patronage of M. Edouard Morot-Sir, cultural counselor to the French Embassy in the United States, produced by Jean de Rigault22ocn424455370book19610.50MolièreL'école des femmes : comedieCriticism, interpretation, etcExaminations, questions, etcDramaPatrick Hayes in association with The Friday Morning Music Club and Jean de Rigault presents (under the auspices of the Government of the French Republic and with the co-operation of the French Cultural Services in the United States) Le Theatre du Vieux Colombier de Paris "L'Ecole Des Femmes," comedy by Moliere, scenery and costumes by Sylvain Deschamps, incidental music by Robert Marcy, directed in modern dress by Robert Marcy, produced by Jean de Rigault in coordination with the Theatre du Vieux-Colombier de Paris, technical director Alain Raffael, stage manager Stephen Meldegg11ocn458601266book19561.00Marcel MarceauSam S. Shubert Theatre, operated by I. Hirst Enterprises, Bernie Ferber, manager, Ronald A. Wilford Associates, Inc. and Jean De Rigault presents Marcel Marceau and his partners Pierre Verry and Paul Sanchez in an evening of pantomime, repertory of Marcel MarceauThu Oct 16 15:19:30 EDT 2014batch4205