Theatre Production, 1963

Theatre Production, 1963

"The Misanthrope."  Translation by Miles Malleson of the two-act comedy by Moliere.  Directed by Harold Tedford.  October 22-27, 1963.

“The scintillating production of “The Misanthrope,” a 17th Century comedy on manners was refreshing.  Written by Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, better known as Moliere, some 296 years ago, it has been judged as his greatest work partly because it was based on his own experiences."

– Text from the 1963 Pedagog

Negative no.  1962-0054_01

Image from the University Negative Collection.
University Archives, Texas State University.

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