The Imaginary Invalid

Adapted by Miles Malleson
Sun 15 Apr 2007 to Sat 21 Apr 2007
Hampton Hill Theatre: Main Auditorium

Moliere wrote many plays during the glory days of Louis XIII and Louis XIV.  He became famous for his faces, but he was also known for his lampooning of the established professions.  In this, his final play, he was convinced (not without reason) that doctors became rich by charging excessive fees without the knowledge or expertise to actually heal their patients.

This wonderful high-speed comedy is set in 17th century France.

Production Photos: 
Monsieur Argan
Monsieur Bonnefoy
Dr Diaforus
Dr Thomas Diaforus
Monsieur Beralde
The Apothecary
Dr Purgon
Production Team & Crew: 
Set Design, Builder/Decorator
Lighting Design
Lighting Assistant
Sound Design
Sound Assistant
Costume Design
Costume Design
Set Builder/Decorator
Set Builder/Decorator
Set Builder/Decorator
Set Builder/Decorator
Stage Manager
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