BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 24, 2022

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I barely knew anyone yet in this big wide city, but I consoled myself with the ridiculous notion that I might strike up a conversation with a handsome stranger sitting next to me and make a new friend. But walking into the Palais Royale, surrounded by elderly couples and bourgeois millennials, I felt horribly out of place. 
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I barely knew anyone yet in this big wide city, but I consoled myself with the ridiculous notion that I might strike up a conversation with a handsome stranger sitting next to me and make a new friend. But walking into the Palais Royale, surrounded by elderly couples and bourgeois millennials, I felt horribly out of place. 
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Molière’s play, “Tartuffe,” may be 354 years old, but its story fits just as well in the modern age. The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, takes this famous 17th-century French comedy and places it right in present-day Beverly Hills.
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Molière’s play, “Tartuffe,” may be 354 years old, but its story fits just as well in the modern age. The UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, or TDPS, takes this famous 17th-century French comedy and places it right in present-day Beverly Hills.
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Orgon’s gulliability is the catalyst to Tartuffe’s attraction to him. Tartuffe takes advantage of his naivety to further his pursuits, his schemes ruthlessly heightened by how vulnerable Orgon is. Nolan expressed his fascination with all those sly details that make up this character.
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Orgon’s gulliability is the catalyst to Tartuffe’s attraction to him. Tartuffe takes advantage of his naivety to further his pursuits, his schemes ruthlessly heightened by how vulnerable Orgon is. Nolan expressed his fascination with all those sly details that make up this character.
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