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The playbill for Taylor University’s Fall 1962 performance of The Miser by Molière, adapted by Miles Malleson.
The Miser tells the story of old man obsessed with wealth, determined to marry a young woman who is actually in love with his son, and marry his daughter to a rich man, though she is in love with someone else. As the children are trying to live according to their own designs, events are complicated further when the miser’s hoard is stolen.
Molière, comedy, satire, farce, breaking the fourth wall
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"The Miser" (1962). Taylor Theatre Playbills. 275.