The Grouch
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Ranjit Bolt Molière

The Grouch

A Modern Version of The Misanthrope

Page count: 80
Language: English

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“How I deplore the bogus ways
Of society these days -
A sort of national contest
To find out who can a se-lick best!”
In this witty cutting version of Le Misanthrope Molière's angry hero Alceste becomes Alan - journalist, intellectual and free spirit-who finds himself adrift in a social whirl of false flattery and schmooze. In a world where nobody calls a spade a spade (or even knows what a spade is for), how can the cantankerous but high-minded Alan secure the affections of Celia - a spoiled, feckless, fickle socialite, who happens to be the love of his life?
The Grouch was first performed at West Yorkshire Playhouse in February 2008

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