MOLIERE'S THE HYPOCHONDRIAC

Genre: Drama, Musical

In a snappy new production with some fresh tunes, Moliere's the Hypochondriac (a.k.a. the Imaginary Invalid) is filled with physical comedy, vulgar humanity, bizarre personalities, big hearts as well as hilarious political commentary on wealth, healthcare and our oft messed-up priorities. It doesn't get much more relevant than that. Good, cathartic, meaningful theater can also be an uproarious ruckus of a good time!!

In short, Argan is so obsessed by his imaginary ailments, he can no longer control his mess of a household or the mercenary medics he employs. When the doctors try to rip him off, Argan's dearest family strives to cure the real disease from which he suffers. Oh, and there's also a classic love story somewhere in this! And people playing dead! Um... and there's a live band and production numbers too! It's gonna be tons of twists and turns, a lot of confusion, and even more laughter... LMFAO!

See you at Mons. Argan's residence - gotta jet to clean another toilet now!!!

xoxo
Toinette ;)
the smartest servant in town (if I say so myself!)

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featuring:
TIA ABERCROMBIE
JEANELLE ALLAN
TAUREAN LA CHARLES
ZACHARY DENNIS
HERBIE GO
MARLENA HOLMAN
CHANTEL LUCIER
TOMMY MCGINN
ALEX MILBERG
EVAN TRUE

directed by Eugene Ma
adapted by Eugene and Company

stage managed by Betsy Kuehl
choreography by Ryan VanDenBoom
music direction by Matthew Entwistle
original music by Eugene Ma and Matthew Entwistle

scenic design by Paul D. Olmer
lighting design by Charlie Babbitt
costume design by Nina Vartanian

assistant directed by Khloe Sunga
assistant stage managed by Maxwell Longstreet

this is a conniving collaboration.


Arts.Performance

Open:   05/10/12
Close:   05/13/12

Schedule:
05/10/12- 8:00:00
05/11/12- 8:00:00
05/12/12- 2:00:00
05/12/12- 8:00:00
05/13/12- 6:00:00
05/13/12- 1:00:00
Theater:   The CSV Cultural Center Flamboyan Theate
Address:   107 Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002
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Cost:$0, $25
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006