Molière’s “The Imaginary Invalid” at the Tallinn Hopneri Maja

Hopneri Maja

March 24, 2017 / May 24, 2017

RAEKOJA PLATS 18

Tallinn

The senior students of the VHK Drama School are giving a performance of the “Imaginary Invalid”.

Pupils of the VHK Drama School are performing “The Imaginary Invalid” as their end of term show. The last comedy written by French playwright Molière tells the story of Argan, a hypochondriac, attended to by pedantic doctors that are more careful to please their patient than to actually cure him. Molière performed the role of Argan himself, and died on stage during a performance of this very play.

 VHK Drama School gives you the opportunity to discover or rediscover this humorous masterpiece in Estonian.

Director: Kristjan üksküla (Tallinna Linnateater)
Comedians: Mae Kivilo, senior students of the VHK, Piret Roos, Emma Pipi and Penelope Visnap
Choreographer: Tiina Mölder
Lighting: Emil Kallas
Translators: Aleksander Aspeli, Ants Orav, Eva Koff and Kristjan Üksküla
Producer: Aive Sarapuu

On March 24th, 26th and 31st, and on April 2nd and 3rd at 7:00pm.
On April 25th, 26th and 27th, and on May 21st, 23rd and 24th at 8:00pm.

Hopneri Maja (Raekoja plats 18)

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