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Molière in the Park Returns With 'The School For Wives' In Prospect Park

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Molière in the Park (MIP) brings annual, free, and inclusive theater to Prospect Park, Brooklyn. And this season, MIP will perform The School for Wives on Wednesday, November 13 at 7pm and Thursday, November 14 at 7pm at The Picnic House in Prospect Park, behind Litchfield Villa (95 Prospect Park West between 4 & 5 Street). The run time is approximately 2 hours. 

The School for Wives addresses themes of love, power, and sexism. Directed by Molière in the Park's Founding Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien, the play stars Emmy-winning actor and former BUST cover star Samira Wiley ("The Handmaid's Tale", "Orange Is the New Black") and Dominic Fumusa ("Nurse Jackie", "Homeland").

Molière in the Park (MIP) is in partnership with the nonprofit Prospect Park Alliance, and the event is part of Brooklyn Falls for France, organized by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and FACE Foundation in partnership with Brooklyn venues. 

Free tickets can be found here. For more info, please visit https://www.moliereinthepark.org

Top photo via Molière in the Park

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