French playwright Moliere's three-act comedy The Imaginary
Invalid (Le Malade Imaginaire) was staged on April 7, 8. and 9
by Mount Saint Mary College students, and directed by assistant
professor of theatre, James Phillips.
The play's success and its abillity to amuse new audiences
proves that even at 300-plus years of age, the comedy of the human
condition is timeless, crossing generations and styles.
Congratulations to our Mount students and to Professor Phillips,
who brought this show to life so successfully.