A COMEDY OF HYPOCRISY--The play's the thing that opens the first Arts and Humanities Showcase, a collaboration involving several University programs and community groups that celebrates the vast cultural resources available at Rochester. The International Theater Program's production of Moliere's The Misanthrope stars Erica Fee and David Howland (shown above). The comedy centers on the character Alceste and his attacks on all that he considers hypocrisy in those that surround him. ITP's production has been updated to the world of media-driven celebrity in 20th century London.
February 22, 1999
Volume 27 Number 4
- Reconstruction begins on sports complex
- Young-musician program teams ESM, RPO
- Get ready to 'Make Good Things Happen'
- 1st chief information officer appointed
Arizona's Amelia Tynan also will be vice provost
- Leno, scientist agree: Snakes are smart
- How UFS keeps up with Old Man Winter
- Dialup Internet service changes ahead
UTD maps strategy to deal with new challenges
- In Brief
- Calendar of Events
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