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Literati

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Title: Literati
Author: Fleming, Justin
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The Literati
after Moliere's Les Femmes Savantes
Justin Fleming

‘A learnéd fool is more of a fool than an ignorant fool can be.’

Juliet and Clinton are in love. Guileless, sweet, all-encompassing love. However, love is not without its impediments. Standing in the way of their eternal happiness are Juliet’s mother and sister, whose disapproval is of the most high-brow kind.

Justin Fleming has audaciously brought Moliere’s Les Femmes Savantes ( The Learned Ladies) screaming into the 21st century and created a sassy, Sydney story filled with linguistic dexterity, wit and rhyme.


Cast : 6F, 3M doubling possible


JUSTIN FLEMING’s plays include: for ATYP and Bakehouse Theatre Company: His Mother’s Voice; for Belvoir: Burnt Piano (later produced by: Melbourne Theatre Company, Centaur (Montréal), Herbert Berghof Theater New York); for Courtauld Institute, London: Origin (later produced by Art Gallery of New South Wales); for Ensemble Theatre and Festival of Sydney: Hammer; for Melbourne Theatre Company: Coup D’Etat (later produced by: Bakehouse Theatre Company, Western Canada Theatre); for New York Ensemble Studio Theatre and Alfred P Sloan Foundation: Soldier of the Mind ; for Old Fitz Theatre: The Department Store; for Riverside Theatres: Shellshock; and for Sydney Theatre Company: The Cobra, Harold In Italy, The Ninth Wonder. Justin’s previous translations of Molière include: for Bell Shakespeare: The School for Wives; and for Melbourne Theatre Company: Tartuffe (The Hypocrite) (later produced by Bell Shakespeare). Justin’s credits as librettist include: for Griffin, Wayne Harrison, Ross Mollison and Robert C Kelly: Satango; for Compact Opera (UK Tour) and Sadler’s Wells: Crystal Balls; for Ensemble Theatre: Ripper: The Terror of Whitechapel; and for Savoy Theatre: Tess of the D’Urbervilles, which then toured the UK. Justin is also the author of Stage Lines – Writing Scripts for the Stage, published by Phoenix Education.

Publisher: Currency Press Pty Ltd
Publication date: 01/05/2016
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781925005691
Publishing status: Active (web)
Literati