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Bourgeois Gentleman / Imaginary Invalid / Misanthrope / Miser / School for Husbands / School for Wives / Tartuffe by Molière
Bourgeois Gentleman / Dom Juan / Imaginary Invalid / Learned Ladies / Misanthrope / Miser / Tartuffe by Molière
Doctor in Spite of Himself / Misanthrope / Miser / Pretentious Young Ladies / School for Wives / Tartuffe by Molière
Bourgeois Gentleman / Imaginary Invalid / Learned Ladies / Misanthrope / Miser / Scapin / School for Wives / Tartuffe by Molière
Amphitryon / Bourgeois Gentleman / Dom Juan / Imaginary Invalid / Misanthrope / Miser / Tartuffe by Molière
Bourgeois Gentleman / Doctor in Spite of Himself / Imaginary Invalid / Learned Ladies / Misanthrope / Miser / Scapin by Molière
The Misanthrope and Other French Classics (Eric Bentley's Dramatic Repertoire ; V. 3) by Eric Bentley
A Treasury of the Theatre: An Anthology of Great Plays from Aeschylus to Hebbel by Philo M. Jr. Buck
The Affected Misses / Don Juan / Tartuffe / The Misanthrope / the Doctor by Compulsion / The Miser / The Tradesman Turned Gentleman / The Learned Ladies by Molière
The Misanthrope / The Sicilian or Love the Painter / Tartuffe or The Imposter / Doctor in Spite of Himself / The Imaginary Invalid by Molière
Plays of Moliere: The School for Wives, Tartuffe, The Misanthrope, The Miser, The Physician In Spite of Himself (Art Type Edition) by Molière
Dom Juan (notices de Paul Arbelet) - L'ecole des femmes (notices de G. Sablayrolles) - Le Misanthrope (notices de Felix Guirand) by Molière
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This timeless comedy of manners is considered one of Moliere's most probing and mature works. While it's still an exemplar of 16th century farce, Moliere went beyond his usual comic inventiveness to create a world of rich, complex characters, especially in the cynical title character Alceste, played here by the Tony Award-winning actor Brian Bedford. This recording also includes an interview with Larry F. Norman author of ?The Public Mirror: Moliere and the Social Commerce of Depiction?. An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Brian Bedford as Alceste; JD Cullum as Clitandre; Sarah Drew as Eliante; Martin Jarvis as Philinte; Darren Richardson as Basque and Du Bois; Susan Sullivan as Arsinoe; Nick Toren as Oronte; Matt Wolf as Acaste and Guard; Bellamy Young as Celimene.
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