The School for Wives

Leave it to Two River Theater to open their doors to a night of unexpected theater

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On Thursday, September 4th, TRT invited the public
to a relaxing, casual, jean-wearing look at a rehearsal fo
the upcoming “THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES

Along with Director, Mark Wing-Davey and
three of the cast members, we sat back and enjoyed
a view of the actors side of what goes on in putting on a play.

We watched as Robert Stanton, Phillipa Soo and Korey Jackson
showed us a scene of this soon to be marvelous play by the Playwright,
Moliere (1622-1673), one of France’s greatest playwrights,
One of the greatest comic playwrights ever.

It was exciting to see them portraying the roles of
Arnolphe (Robert), Agnes (Phillipa) and Horace (Korey as
they interacted and repeated their lines trying to get that right feeling and flow.

After questions were asked and answers provided by all,
we went out to the lobby to mix, mingle and nosh on delicious cookies
with coffee or tea.
Two River Theater opens their 2014-2014 Season with
Molière’s classic comedy, THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES on
Saturday, September 13 and runs until Sunday, October 5

It is about a rich, middle-aged man named Arnolphe, whose plan to groom
his innocent young ward into the “perfect” wife goes quickly awry.
Can this pompous bachelor really be a match for
rival suitors, inept servants, and the wit of his soon-to-be bride?
You wll not want to miss this true classic, written by the master of French farce

Click HERE to buy tickets
Call 732-345-1400 for further information

 

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