Archbishop Supreme Tartuffe

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[Entertainment: Drama]

Based on Moliere's great comic classic and inspired by the gloriously unorthodox ministries of Reverend Ike, Daddy Grace and Rasputin, the Classical Theatre of Harlem proudly presents the world premiere of "ARCHBISHOP SUPREME TARTUFFE."  

Featuring: Two-time Tony Award nominee Andre DeShields, Ted Lange (best known for this role as Isaac the bartender on the TV series "The Love Boat"), Kim Brockington ("Guiding Light," Angela's Mixtape), as well as Jennifer Akabue, Gerron Atkinson, Jabari Brisport, Tyrone Davis Jr., Soneela Nankani, Gina Marie Rivera, Charletta Rozzell, Lawrence Street, Kisa Willis and Rejinald Woods

The play is currently running and closes on July 19, 2009 with the following show times:  Tuesday 7pm;  Wednesday – Friday 8 pm;  Saturday 3pm & 8pm; and,  Sunday 3pm & 7pm.

Theatre Row Studios, Clurman Theatre, 410 West 42nd Street,  between 9th & 10th Ave.
Order your tickets today with code ARCHB for a $25 ticket! 

Three ways to order:  Online: www.ClassicalTheatreofHarlem.org ; Phone: (212) 279.4200; and,  In-Person: Theatre Row Box Office | 410 West 42nd Street between 9th & 10th Aves.  

“ ARCHBISHOP SUPREME TARTUFFE” is supported in part by funds from The City of New York Theatre Subdistrict Council, LDC, The City of New York and The Tony Randall Theatrical Fund.


By Alfred Preisser & Randy Weiner
Directed by Alfred Preisser

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