Molière's SCAPIN

scapin cast

SUNY Broome theater’s fall 2013 production was Molière’s SCAPIN, presented on  November 21 and 22 in the college’s Little Theater. Famous French playwright and actor Jean Baptiste Poquelin, better known as Molière, wrote scathing comic dramas that are as enduring today as ever. The comedic farce SCAPIN was first produced in Paris in 1671. Molière’s themes and hilarious situations still manage to resonate after four centuries. Our production features a modernized version of SCAPIN by Bill Irwin and Mark O’Donnell.

SUNY Broome student Jeff Tagliaferro is starring in the role of Scapin with Logan Smith in the role of Sylvestre. Rounding out the cast are Arman Rahimi, Alex Marin, Ali Cekic, Gregory Kenyon, Erika Harper, Hannah Merrell and Arica Hayes with Assoc. Professor Katherine Bacon directing