THE IMAGINARY INVALID
by Moliere – adapted by Constance Congdon
As if ripped from the stump speeches of today’s campaign trail, Moliere’s classic comedy skewers healthcare from an entirely different century! In Theatricum’s version, “Madame Argan,” a chronic hypochondriac with a pile of medical bills, will go to any length to marry her daughter off to a doctor. Of course, her daughter has other ideas. This narcotic cocktail of romantic triangles, double entendres and mistaken identities will leave you in stitches, proving yet again that laughter is the best medicine.
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