Mayhem, mischief and Moliére. This modern adaptation keeps the original structure of the popular French playwright's classic farce, but adds fresh, topical, and contemporary humor ("Moliére didn't write this part"). Brimming with zany characters and improvisation and led by the hilarious and crafty servant Scapin, this play is an uproarious romp of hugely theatrical proportions.
This play contains sexual innuendo and double entendres. It is appropriate for most audiences.
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Top photo: Tina Scariano (left) as Cosette and J. Michael Bailey as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, 2012.