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Mar 30, 2018 to Apr 8, 2018
08:00 PM until 10:30 PM


This 17th century French comedy features a well-to-do family lead by the patriarch Orgon.  Tartuffe, a hypocrite posing as a religious devotee, has conned his way into Orgon’s home and family. Would you be able to see through Tartuffe’s masquerade or would you fall for his incredulous stories?  Foolishness, hypocrisy, and morality are questioned – controversial ideas today just as they were in 1664.


Recommended age: 16+; Contains material that may be inappropriate for audiences under the age of 16.

Tickets: Tickets for Tartuffe are $10 – $22, plus applicable fees, and are subject to availability. For information on the purchase of tickets, discounts, and student tickets, please visit http://tickets.fsu.edu/General-Information. Tickets may be purchased online at tickets.fsu.edu, by phone at (850) 644-6500, or at the Fine Arts Ticket Office located in the Fine Arts Building at 540 West Call Street, Tallahassee, FL 32306.

Performance Times: Wednesday – Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm and 8pm, and Sunday at 2pm. Please note there is no performance on April 1, and only 1 Saturday maitnee on 3/31. 

Don’t miss The School of Theatre’s production of Tartuffe playing at The Lab Theatre March 30 through April 9. For additional media, information, or interview opportunities, contact: Naomi Longshore – (850) 644-6488 or nl16f@my.fsu.edu



$10 - $22


View map The Lab Theatre
502 South Copeland Street
Tallahassee, FL

Additional Information


The School of Theatre at Florida State



Contact name

Michael Stone

Contact email


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