Let it sound from every satellite and blare from every broadsheet: Tartuffism is the order of the age. A taste for scandal has turned our leaders into absurd pharisees, and after a brief period of remission, the Religious Right is taking its revenge by publicly denouncing degenerate kabuki characters who carry purses. Somehow, this seems like an apt time for a revival of interest in Molière, whose scathing satirical sorties against zealotry and corruption nearly lost him his head 350 years ago. In the Warehouse District, Theatre de la Jeune Lune is showing off a... More >>>