translated by Richard Wilbur
- 01-Introduction.mp3 0:00:57
- 02-Act One.mp3 0:43:42
- 03-Act Two.mp3 0:44:13
- 04-Credits.mp3 0:00:59
- 05-Interview with Larry F Norman.mp3 0:21:19
The Liar by Pierre Corneille, translated by Richard Wilbur. Directed by Martin Jarvis.
In this classic farce, a young man pretends to be a war hero to impress a pretty girl. As his lies progress, so do his troubles – with hilarious results. Playwright Pierre Corneille’s comedy of manners is considered a groundbreaking work which influenced contemporaries such as the young Molière.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast production, starring Tara Lynne Barr, Janine Barris, Sue Cremin, Danny Mann, Christopher Neame, John Sloan, Mark Sullivan, and Matthew Wolf
Includes a conversation about Corneille and French drama with Larry F. Norman of the University of Chicago.
Lead funding for this production is provided by the Sidney E. Frank Foundation.
Featuring: Tara Barr, Janine Barris, Sue Cremin, Danny Mann, Christopher Neame, John Sloan, Mark Sullivan, Matthew Wolf