Happy New Year!

After presenting an annual show, without fail, for half a century, the Troupe des Anciens was forced to disappoint you — our loyal public — and cancel the performances of Tartuffe that had been scheduled for April 2020. However, we have not given up on theatre, and hope to be able to invite you to our next show in the not too distant future.

Molière received by Louis XIV”, painting by French painter Jean Hégésippe Vetter (1820–1901); from the collection of the Musée d’Orsay; taken from the Wikimedia Commons.

We greatly appreciate your loyalty as, without your support, there would be no Troupe des Anciens. We wish you and yours a Happy New Year, one in which the virus that is affecting us all is no more than a distant memory.

The members of La Troupe des Anciens

Sales Update – very few seats Friday, more on Saturday

There are very  few seats remaining for Friday evening’s performance. There are more seats available on Saturday. You can view the availability on the seating plan by clicking to embiggen the graphics below. This information is current as of April 19, 2018. Contact our box office team for tickets or the latest information.

More resources for this year’s plays

We’re making some more resources about this year’s plays available. You can now view full texts of Scapin’s Deceits (“Les Fourberies de Scapin”) by Molière in English and French; the full text of A Week in the Country (“Huit Jours à la campagne”) by Jules Renard in French; and a one-page summary of Scapin’s Deceits in English. More resources are coming!