Moliere, who had very little use for doctors, cleverly satirizes the medical profession in this play in which Argon, believing himself to be invalid, schemes to get one of his daughters to marry a doctor so that he can have medical care handy. This is the Drama Department of Alameda County State College first stage production. Tickets were $1 for the general public, .50 cents for faculty and free for students.
A play for children in six scenes. Children’s Theatre.
What happens to a family that has too much possessive love is the basic theme of this play.
This production concludes the first drama season at Alameda County State College. We wish to thank the faculty, staff, students and members of the community who have made this first season a highly successful one.
The Children’s plays are produced in conjunction with the Children’s Theatre class at Alameda County State College. The students in the class observe rehearsals and assist with the production as a part of their experience in children’s dramatics.