Clemson University

The Impostures of Scapin by Molière

Zoom has become one of our main communication platforms for everything in our professional and personal lives.  It’s also created situations of awkwardness, confusion and misunderstanding when dealing with technology.  When choosing the third show of the season, The Clemson Players decided to focus on this theme of miscommunication with the French comedy "The Impostures of Scapinin a modern day Zoom call. 


Two young men from well to do families marry two women of lesser means in secret while both of their fathers are out of town. The fathers return with marriage plans for the sons, not realizing they are already married. The title character, Scapin, wants to help the lovers stay married to their current wives; he does this through schemes, lies, and tricks. This all takes place in a Zoom room live. What could go wrong? 





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You will receive a link one hour before performance. A recorded version will be available March 1.

Thursday, February 25 at 7:30pm to 8:30pm

More dates through February 28, 2021

Virtual Event
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Arts/Entertainment, Theatre


College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, Performing Arts

Target Audience

All Audiences



Pay as you can


#Brooks Center

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Nancy Martin

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You will receive a link one hour before performance. A recorded version will be available March 1.


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