Faculty Directs/Acts in Moliere’s The Misanthrope

Upper School English teacher Howard Berkowitz directs the opening play of Vagabond Theater’s 97th season (it’s the oldest continuous little theater in America!): Moliere’s THE MISANTHROPE. It’s a real “Park School event” with, in addition to Howard’s direction, Middle School science teacher Rich Espey as Philinte and graduate Lisa Bryan ’00 as Basque.

From Howard Berkowitz: “It’s Moliere, it’s French, it’s drama, it’s literature, it’s history…and Rich is in it!”

We hope to see you there at this wonderful community theater. For information and tickets: http://www.vagabondplayers.org/index.html

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