The Binghamton University Theatre Department presents "The Liar", adapted by David Ives from the 17th-century comedy by Pierre Corneille.
Director Tom Kremer and actors Charles Meckley, Robert Edwards and Gabe Pinciotti joined Kara Conrad in studio to talk about the comedy and their characters.
The play is a fresh adaptation that's hilarious, mischievous, romantic and delightfully intricate, directed by professor Tom Kremer. The extravagant liar 'Dorante' tells anything but the truth to win the hand of the alluring 'Clarice' — or is it 'Lucrece,' her shy friend that he's fallen for? Watch as mayhem unfolds as someone who can't tell the truth meets someone who can't tell a lie. What happens, one may ask? Only the audience knows. Laugh yourself silly watching this masterful mix up of falsehoods that bloom into truths.
Performances of The Liar will be on February 23, 24, 28 and March 1 at 8 p.m. and February 24 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $18, discounts are available for alumni, seniors and students. They can be purchased at the Anderson Center Box Office in person, online or by calling 777-ARTS.