Presented as part of The Substation’s Septfest 2003

What! Would you make no distinction between hypocrisy and true devotion…put artifice on a level with sincerity, confound appearance with reality, value the shadow as much as the substance, the false with the real?” – Moliere

Have times changed? Moliere’s classic play witnesses the humour and folly of being human.

The second graduation performance of the pioneer class of the Theatre Training & Research Programme was a contemporary and radical approach to Moliere’s comedy, Tartuffe.


The production had adult themes and not suitable for children.


Directed by Robert Draffin

Assisted by Jean Ng



- Yeo Yann Yann (Malaysia)

- Sim Pern Yiau (Singapore)

- Peter Sau Jia Liang (Singapore)

- Leanne Ong Teck Lian (Singapore)

- Zelda Tatiana Ng (Singapore)

- Andy Ng Wai Shek (Hong Kong)

- Themis Lin Mei Yuin (Taiwan)

- Walter Leung Yuen Kwon (Hong Kong)

- Jose Ku Ieng Un (Macau)


10 Sep 2003, opening night, by invitation only

11–13 Sep 2003, 8pm

13 & 14 Sep 2003, 2.30pm

Guinness Theatre, The Substation