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Master of the house, Orgon, has invited religious Tartuffe to stay with the family. Not only that, his admiration for him is near insanity. He wants his daughter to marry Tartuffe, before making him the sole heir to his wealth. The rest of the family - the wife, son, daughter, and even the maid - has seen the hypocrite behind Tartuffe's pious appearance, except for Orgon who remains blinded by faith. As such, the family finds themselves at wit's end. How do you make a fox reveals its true nature? How do you make someone see the truth?

Following An Enemy of the People, Nine Years Theatre brings to you in 2015 the second production under “NYT Ensemble Project”. Tartuffe, by French playwright Molière, is a classic comedy with a theme that proves relevant even to the modern world. NYT sincerely presents another new take on world classics.

Produced by: Mia Chee
Written by: Molière
Translated, adapted and directed by: Nelson Chia

Performed by:
Actors of the NYT Ensemble Project:
Mia Chee, Hang Qian Chou, Neo Hai Bin & Jean Toh;
with: Jalyn Han, Koh Wan Ching & Darius Tan.

Lighting Designer: Dorothy Png
Production Stage Manager: Tennie Su
Assistant Stage Manager: Tan Xiang Yi

Photographer: The Pond Photography
Graphics Designer: Karen Mitchell

NYT Ensemble Project, a developmental platform of Nine Years Theatre, is an attempt to build a company of actors who train and create together over an extended period of time. Its main activities are divided into: regular training, creation and performance. The ultimate aim of the project is to develop a sustainable group of company actors that accumulates its strengths through the ensemble environment to create works that are grounded and organic.

© Nine Years Theatre
Translated/ Adapted/ Directed by Nelson Chia.
Created by NYT Ensemble Project.
Performed in Mandarin, with English surtitles.

Date and time
4 Feb (Wed) - 8 Feb (Sun) 2015
Wed - Sat, 8pm
7Sat & Sun, 3pm

Gallery Theatre, National Museum of Singapore.

1hr 45min, no intermission.
Venue Supporter
Tartuffe was nominated at the 16th "Life! Theatre Awards":
  • Best Supporting Actress - Jalyn Han