David Hirson's tribute to Molière, La Bête, is the sort of play Theatre Three thinks they should be doing - but shouldn't. The 1991 comedy, which has enjoyed a couple of decent Broadway runs, the latest starring the incomparable Mark Rylance, is written in rhymed couplets. Nobody wants to see play ... More >>
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