Recently seen in Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre, Henry Everett continues his work there now cast in Tartuffe along with Olivia Williams, Denis O'Hare and Kevin Doyle.
A ferocious new version of Molière’s comic masterpiece, Tartuffe, by John Donnelly, directed by another DSL Grad Blanche McIntyre will open in February at the National Theatre in the Lyttelton Theatre.
John Donnelly's new version of Molière's classic will open on 9 February and currently runs until 30 April.
Speaking about Tartuffe Blanche McIntrye said ‘John Donnelly’s adaptation is an outrageously funny, savage, brilliant updating of Molière’s classic. Molière spoke fearlessly about power and hypocrisy in Tartuffe – so much so that the play was banned more than once. This new version shifts the weight of the central ideas to entertain and disturb an audience of 2019.’