The Bungler

The Bungler

written by Molière, 1622-1673 (1653); directed by Dakin Matthews, 1943-; performed by Richard Easton, 1933-, Adam Godley, 1964-, Alan Mandell, fl. 1974-2010, Dakin Matthews, 1943-, Christopher Neame, 1947-, Paula Jane Newman, Darren Richardson, John Sloan, Norman Snow, 1950- and Kate Steele (L. A. Theatre Works, 2010, originally published 2010), 2 hours 5 mins, 124 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Drama
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2012. Used by permission of L.A. Theatre Works.
Director
Dakin Matthews, 1943-
Content Type
Spoken word recording
Duration
2 hours 5 mins
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
Comedy
Label
L. A. Theatre Works
Original Publication Date
2010
Page Count
124
Performer
Richard Easton, 1933-, Adam Godley, 1964-, Alan Mandell, fl. 1974-2010, Dakin Matthews, 1943-, Christopher Neame, 1947-, Paula Jane Newman, Darren Richardson, John Sloan, Norman Snow, 1950-, Kate Steele
Playwright
Molière, 1622-1673
Publisher
L. A. Theatre Works
Date Recorded
2010-08-09
Release Date
2010
Setting
A public square in Messina, Italy
Subject
Drama, Theatre, Literature & Language, Music & Performing Arts, Comedy, American Theater, Modern Theater, Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Father-son relationships, Love, Romance, Marriage, Adolescence, Adulthood, Social class, Domestic worker, Poetry, Lies, Mexico, Comedy of manners, Beliefs, Commedia dell'Arte, Mascarille, Anselme, Hippolyte, Trufaldin, Pandolfe, Léandre, Andrès, Lélio, Célie, Ergaste
Translator
Richard Wilbur, 1921-
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Father-son relationships, Love, Romance, Marriage, Adolescence, Adulthood, Social class, Domestic worker, Poetry, Lies, Mexico, Comedy of manners, Beliefs, Commedia dell'Arte

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