SMU Theatre Performs Marivaux’s “La Dispute”

March 1, 2010  

Meadows performers perform Marivaux's La Dispute on Sunday at the Margo Jones Theatre. The play's cast consisted of both graduate and undergraduate Meadows students. (PHOTO BY AMBER HARRIS / THE DAILY MUSTANG)

Meadows performers perform Marivaux's La Dispute on Sunday at the Margo Jones Theatre. The play's cast consisted of both graduate and undergraduate Meadows students. (PHOTO BY AMBER HARRIS / THE DAILY MUSTANG)

Meadows student theatre performed Pierre de Marivaux’s “La Dispute” this weekend at the Margo Jones Theatre.

The play attempts to answer the question “Who was the first to be unfaithful? Man or woman?” In order to find the answer, two boys and two girls are raised in total isolation under the guard of two servants. Twenty years, the four are let loose to discover life and love on their own. Written over 250 years ago, the play is described as a ” daring – and very funny – look at the places where desire leads us.”

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One Response to “SMU Theatre Performs Marivaux’s “La Dispute””

  1. Rick Hip-Flores on September 26th, 2010 9:44 pm

    I am researching the play, La Dispute, and I’ve never seen a production. Could I purchase a copy of your video if one exists?
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    Rick
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