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Tartuffe – Molière’s timely, classic farce

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Melinda O’Brien at 914.473.5527, [email protected], www.mmpaci.com

TARTUFFE

Molière’s timely, classic farce about seduction, hypocrisy and deception, in a ridiculously hilarious new adaptation to Lyndhurst Mansion in March 2023

M&M Performing Arts brings Tartuffe, Molière’s timely, classic farce about seduction, hypocrisy and deception, in a ridiculously hilarious new adaptation to Lyndhurst Mansion in March 2023. The funniest play on Broadway (in Tarrytown!) will be staged in the exquisite Grand Picture Gallery. Reserve your tickets now for some wickedly good fun!

Set in the Gilded Age, performances will take place in the Grand Picture Gallery of Lyndhurst Mansion from March 3 through 19, 2023. Tickets are $45 for all seats, General Admission, appropriate for ages 12 and up. The play runs about 80 minutes without an intermission. Patrons are advised to arrive at least 15 minutes in advance to check in at the Welcome Center. Unfortunately the Gallery performing space is not handicap-accessible; audience members must ascend 25 steps to reach it. See current Covid-19 visitor requirements at Lyndhurst.org

Tickets on sale at Lyndhurst.org. To purchase tickets by phone: Call 1-888-718-4253 opt. 1 (please note that additional fees apply on phone orders.) Visitor Information: Lyndhurst.org. Parking is free.

The cast includes: Kate Gleeson, Nick Nazario, Michael Muldoon, Melinda O’Brien, Jim Petrillo, Steve Plaushin, Catherine Saraceno, Gary D. Simon, Jacqueline Anne Smith and Misti Tindiglia. It is directed by Michael Muldoon with stage management by Emmy Schwartz and Nan Weiss.

Lyndhurst, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is a Gothic Revival masterpiece on the banks of the Hudson River in Tarrytown, N.Y. at 635 South Broadway (Route 9).

About M&M Performing Arts Company, Inc.

Resident Theatre company of Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, and traveling performances in libraries, community centers bringing quality live theater to intimate spaces.