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Free Admission • Streaming On-Demand
In Ranjit Bolt’s fresh translation of Moliere’s dark comedy, the blurry line between vice and virtue comes back into sharp focus.
After a long hibernation, the University of Utah Department of Theatre’s production of Tartuffe is rested and ready for its virtual premiere! This safely staged, pre-recorded production will be available for on-demand streaming on May 5th, 2021 at 7pm MST.
In Molière’s timeless satire of religious hypocrisy, vice becomes virtue—or is it the other way around? Falling under the spell of sly con artist Tartuffe, wealthy bourgeois Orgon risks his estate and his family to harbor the piousView more
As a gesture of thanks for your support and interest, we are pleased to be able to offer free admission to this production. Reserve your free admission at https://theatre.utah.edu/tartuffe. Donations are appreciated, and will be allocated to the desired scholarship fund or to the general fund for the Department of Theatre.
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This pre-recorded production will be streamed on-demand. For admission, simply fill out the form at https://theatre.utah.edu/tartuffe and you will receive an email with access information for the production.
Each admission provides 48 hours of access. You may watch as many times as you wish during this 48-hour period. Additional access requires a new admission ticket.
Online/Virtual, UT 00000