Lakeshore Players Dorval presents Moliére’s Tartuffe

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A world classic kicks off Lakeshore Players Dorval’s 53rd season.

Spiritual con men have been around as long as spirituality itself. And no one has captured the comedy of a spiritual charlatan infiltrating a royal court better than Molière. With translation by David Nicholson, Lakeshore Players Dorval brings this classic to the stage beginning Nov. 2 and running until Nov. 11. Directed by Corey Castle, this modern interpretation is sure to amuse and delight audiences of all ages. With romance, intrigue and outrageous comedy, this is a performance not to miss.

Cast in alphabetical order is CLIVE BREWER as Orgon, PADDY CARDARELLI as Cléante , CHRISTINA FILIPPIDIS as Dorine, BRIAN HAMMOND as Monsieur Loyal, JORDAN MARCHAND as Tartuffe, SEYMOUR MARSH as Court Officer/Flipote, LISA MCCORMACK as Elmire, ANDREW MCLENNAN as Damis, ELISA MCLEOD as Marianne, LINDA SHESHKO as Mme. Pernelle and MYLES STUART as Valère.

The play opens Nov. 2 with eight performances beginning at 8 PM on Nov. 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, & 11 with matinee performances beginning at 2 PM on Nov. 4 & 11. Box office opens October 23. (514) 631 8718.

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Performances will be held at the theatre at Lakeside Academy High School, located on the border of Dorval and Lachine at 5050 Sherbrooke W. This centrally-located theatre is wheelchair accessible and  seats over 300 patrons.

Lakeshore Players Dorval, a community theatre group with deep roots in the Dorval community, has been delighting audiences with three shows a year for over half a century. A volunteer organization, this six time META-finalist community theatre group offers a place where people can come out and explore their creative side, both on stage and behind the scenes.

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