A self-serving hypocrite manipulates a rich man with his fake religious piety and aggravates his family in “Tartuffe,” the 17th century French comedy brought to modern times by Taylor Theatre. Played out on outrageous set with even more outrageous costumes, the players show just how oblivious and laughable a family can be and allow the audiences to see their faults in themselves.
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Taylor Theatre shines with “Wit”By David Seaman | Echo Death. It haunts us, hangs over us. We fear confronting it, accepting it. The concept takes on many meanings. Is death a period, ending life as we have experienced it forever? Is it a comma, representing just a brief pause before […]
“The Servant of Two Masters” is an Italian commedia that dates back to the 18th century. Now Taylor is presenting a new adaptation that is heavy on laughs, sight gags and crazy antics. “Servant” is no thought-provoker, but it is high-quality entertainment.