Tartuffe, Tartuffe, Tartuffe

Tartuffe, Tartuffe, Tartuffe

"Tartuffe" in three acts premiered on May 12, 1664, as part of grand court festivities in Versailles. The complete five-act version was presented on November 29 of the same year before members of the royal family in Le Raincy near Paris. However, due to objections from influential religious circles who took offense at the religious connotations, it was banned. Molière, in the preface to the printed edition of his comedy in 1669, when the ban on its performance was finally lifted, and he obtained permission for its publication, wrote: "A man easily endures reproach but hardly bears ridicule. He is ready to be considered evil, but by no means does he want to be considered ridiculous." Molière satirizes vices that are deeply rooted in society even today. Join us for "Tartuffe, Tartuffe, Tartuffe," a timeless exploration of hypocrisy, deception, and societal foibles.

Translator

Vladimir Gerić

Director

Ivan Plazibat

Set Designer

Irena Kraljić

Costume Designer

Petra Pavičić

Koreograf

Damir Klemenić

Light Designer

Vesna Kolarec

Stage Music

Damir Šimunko

Orgon

Marinko Prga

Tartuffe

Karlo Mrkša

Elmira

Hana Hegedušić

Dorine

Sunčana Zelenika Konjević

Madame Pernelle

Ljiljana Bogojević

Damis

Matko Buvač

Mariane

Elizabeta Brodić

Valere

Filip Eldan

Cleante

Robert Španić

Royal Officer of the Law

Nikša Eldan