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The playbill for Taylor University’s October 1971 performance of The Imaginary Invalid arranged by Jean Baptiste Moliére.
The Imaginary Invalid is a satirical Comédie-ballet about the 17th century medical profession, following the story of a wealthy Frenchman named Argan who is a hypochondriac.
Comédie-ballet, Molière, hypochondriac, music, dance, comedy, satire
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"The Imaginary Invalid" (1971). Taylor Theatre Playbills. 158.